Report changes within 30 days of the date of the change. As a private health coverage enrollee, you are responsible to report changes that can affect your coverage or eligibility.
Certain changes may qualify you for a special enrollment period (SEP), which allows for a limited time (usually 60 days) to change plans outside the annual open enrollment period.
You can check the status of a change you have reported with our online help tool.
Had a baby, adopted a child, got married? Report additional household members.
Report if your address changes.
Report a change in American Indian or Alaska Native status.
Report changes to U.S. citizenship, U.S. national or immigration status.
Report the death of a member on your plan.
Report if your circumstances change because of divorce or legal separation.
If you gain access (even if you decline it) to other health coverage that is considered affordable you must report it.
Report if a household member starts or stops serving a term in prison or jail (incarceration).
Report household income changes due to employment change, new income, or change to your projected annual income.
Report the loss of health insurance coverage through a job loss, turning 26 or other circumstances.
Report changes or corrections to personal information.
Report a pregnancy if you wish to be considered for Medical Assistance during your pregnancy.
Report a change or correction to tax-filer status.
Report if someone on your plan starts or stops using tobacco.