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Report Application Changes

Qualified health plan (QHP) enrollees need to report all application changes. The changes could impact the enrollment in their plan and their eligibility for premium tax credits and cost-sharing reductions, if they applied for financial assistance. Changes must be reported within 30 days of the date of the change (see Rights and Responsibilities - Private Coverage).

MinnesotaCare and Medical Assistance enrollees should follow instructions on the DHS website for how and when to report changes.

How to Report Changes

Certified assisters can help individuals with reporting certain changes using MNsure's online forms, other changes must be reported over the phone by calling the ARC or Broker Service Line. If reporting multiple changes and one of them is on the Report by Phone list below, online reporting forms cannot be used as these changes must be reported over the phone. Reference table for how to report changes.

Tips for Reporting Life Events: Reporting LECs for QHP Eligible Consumers (PDF)

Federal tax information (FTI) and federal tax reconciliation (FTR): Special handling is required when updating this information on an application. See the Tax Information section for details.

Report by Phone

* Some changes marked with an asterisk (*) can be updated real time over the phone.

** Gain and loss of healthcare coverage includes employer-sponsored insurance (ESI). 

** After these changes are processed, it may deem a consumer eligible for a special enrollment period (SEP).

Report Online

Guides for using the online reporting tool

Only MNsure-certified assisters are authorized to use the online reporting form. It may not be used by office support staff or consumers.

Register to use the online report forms.


After registering, log in.

For a successful experience when using MNsure’s online forms, be sure you are using the most current version of your internet browser.

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Help with registration and password resets (PDF).

MinnesotaCare members can call the MinnesotaCare information line at any time to get automated information on the status of their case, the status of their renewal and instructions to pay their MinnesotaCare premium over the phone. This document provides a consumer the information they need to have available when using the automated line and the phone prompts.

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