Report a Change

Life changes. Your coverage can change with it. Certain events and circumstances may qualify you for a better plan or more savings. Let us know when your situation changes to get the right plan, right when you need it.

Open Enrollment

Enrollment is currently open.

Open enrollment happens every year. It begins November 1 and ends January 15. During this time, anyone can apply for health insurance through Washington Healthplanfinder.

Keep reading for more on changes you should report when you apply for coverage.

Changes of Coverage

Sometimes you lose or gain health insurance unexpectedly. This can include any coverage gained or lost from your job, family members and more.

Let us know if this happens to you. Oftentimes, you qualify for a special enrollment period when your coverage changes. This means you can sign up for a new plan or switch to a plan that better fits your situation.

Fill out the Special Enrollment Questionnaire if you have gained or lost any of the following:

  • Coverage from a job or employer
  • Coverage from a public program (such as Apple Health or Medicare)
  • COBRA coverage
  • Coverage from a family member or other household member

Household Changes

How to Report Changes

It’s simple to report changes to your situation in your Washington Healthplanfinder account. Simply follow these steps:

  1. Visit wahealthplanfinder.org or get the WAPlanfinder app.
  2. Sign into your account.
  3. Select “Report a Change.”
  4. Answer the questions that apply to you.
  5. Submit your application.

You will get new results once you report your changes. These results will tell you:

  • If you qualify for Apple Health or a Qualified Health and Dental Plan
  • If you qualify for special enrollment
  • If you qualify for financial support and how much you can get

 

Customers with a Qualified Health Plan or a Qualified Dental Plan

You must report changes by the 15th of the month. This makes sure your coverage starts the next month.

 

If Your Tax Credit Amount Changes

You can adjust the amount of tax credit you use to lower your monthly payments.