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Renewal Eligibility Notice - After Follow-Up

Manual Renewal Eligibility Notice (sample) (PDF)

Some consumers' QHP eligibility did not automatically update and require follow-up by MNsure or DHS and in some cases, documentation from the consumer. Once the follow-up is completed this notice will generate. This notice will be mailed out to consumers and be viewable in the consumer's online account.

Who gets this notice and what should they do?

  • Consumers whose QHP eligibility did not automatically update or are not eligible for assisted QHP coverage for the next coverage year due to a change in eligibility (for instance, they are now public program eligible). Consumers in this category may have received the MNTR notifying them that they may be eligible for MinnesotaCare or Medical Assistance. After they return the information requested to DHS, DHS will send this notice with the new eligibility.
  • Consumers who are newly eligible for QHP based on updated eligibility.
    • Consumers can log into their MNsure.org account starting November 1 if they would like to select a plan for next year using their updated eligibility.
  • Consumers who remain QHP-eligible with updated eligibility for the next coverage year.
    • If they are currently enrolled, they can remain in the same plan if available and MNsure will update their tax credit amount for 2019, if applicable.
    • They can log into their MNsure account if they want to select a different plan for the next coverage year using their updated eligibility.
    • If they are not currently enrolled they can log into their MNsure account and select a plan.

What happens next?

Based on the updated eligibility the consumer could:

  • Be eligible for MinnesotaCare or Medical Assistance and receive information from DHS.
  • Be eligible for QHP and currently enrolled in a plan for the current coverage year.
    • They can enroll in a new plan during open enrollment.
    • They can do nothing and remain in the same plan with updated tax credits if applicable.
  • Be eligible for QHP and not currently enrolled in a plan.
    • They can enroll in a new plan during open enrollment.
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