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How to Enroll

The Open Enrollment Period (OEP) is closed. However, you can still enroll during a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) if you have a qualifying event.

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Special Enrollment Period

After the Open Enrollment Period (OEP), you can only enroll within 60 days of a special event with a Special Enrollment Period (SEP). You can choose your SEP type on the first page of the enrollment application.

Examples of Qualifying Events

Marriage or Partnership

You recently got married or entered a civil union partnership.

Childbirth or Adoption

You had a baby, adopted a child or had a child placed with you.

Moving

You permanently moved to a new area with different health plans and doctors.

Change in Government Help

Your income or household status changed, which either changed how much government help you can get or made you no longer eligible for Medicaid.

Job Loss

You lost the job that provided your coverage.

Not Enough Working Hours for Employer Plan

You lost coverage because of not working enough hours to stay on your employer plan.

Employer Contributions Ended

You lost coverage because your employer no longer offers employer contributions.

Turning 26

You turned 26 and can no longer be covered on a parent’s plan.

  • During the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE), Medicaid redetermination was put on hold.
    Legislation passed in December 2022 under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023, calls for the pause on redetermination to end on March 31, 2023. Basically, in simple terms, this means that beginning April 1, 2023, states will be able to end Medicaid enrollment for individuals no longer eligible for Medicaid.
    Medicaid redetermination is the annual process that states use to make sure that Medicaid enrollees continue to be eligible for Medicaid coverage. Those who are no longer eligible for Medicaid will lose their Medicaid coverage and will have an “unwinding Special Enrollment Period (SEP),” from March 31, 2023, through July 31, 2024 (16 months). During this period, and if you are not covered by an employer health plan, we suggest that you review your options for health coverage and select an Individual and Family plan that best fits your health and wellness needs.
    At Health Alliance, we're here to help you navigate through your options, answer any questions you have regarding the redetermination process, and assist you in finding a plan that best supports your budget and the needs of you and your family.

See the full list of qualifying events.

The following events don’t qualify you for a Special Enrollment Period:

  • You lost coverage because you didn’t pay your premiums.
  • You chose to quit your plan.
  • You left a plan that didn’t meet essential coverage requirements, like a short-term plan.

Learn more about Special Enrollment Periods at HealthCare.gov.

Looking for Temporary Coverage

If you need to find temporary healthcare coverage quickly, short-term plans are made for you. Streamlined to give you solid coverage and smaller payments, short-term plans cover many of the same preventive services as long-term plans, at a lower cost without all the extras.

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Open Enrollment Period

From November 1, 2023 to January 15, 2024, you can enroll in a plan made for you. The government sets this time as the Open Enrollment Period.

Enroll by Mail

Mailing Address
ATTN: Enrollment
Health Alliance
3310 Fields South Dr.
Champaign, IL 61822

Fax (217) 902-9755

Enroll by Phone

Call us at (877) 686-1168 (TTY 711)

Call us at (877) 561-1527 (TTY 711)

In-Person

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Health Alliance Connections
3301 Fields South Dr., #105
Champaign IL 61822