Extended enrollment period through June 23

In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, an extended enrollment period is available now through June 23, 2020 for qualified Massachusetts residents who are uninsured.

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Find important information, updates, and resources about coronavirus (COVID-19) for Health Connector members and applicants.

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Did you know most people living in Massachusetts are required to have health coverage that meets state standards? Find out what you need to know about the state individual mandate.

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Health Connector for Business

Our new Health Connector for Business is a one-stop shopping solution for small businesses and brokers looking for affordable, high-quality health and dental insurance. Through the Health Connector, you can compare plans from leading insurance carriers side by side.

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Massachusetts leads the way in the nation with the landmark 2006 Health Care Reform law. With the highest rate of insured residents in the nation, the law has improved thousands of lives.

Visit our Policy Center to learn more about Massachusetts and National Health Care Reform.

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Information About the New Federal Public Charge Rule

Following a Supreme Court decision on January 27, 2020, the federal government has changed how your application for a green card or entry into the United States may become a public charge. The public charge rules are complicated and may impact your immigration status and applying for certain public benefits—even if you are denied.

The new rule does not change whether or not you are eligible for MassHealth or insurance through the Massachusetts Health Connector.

There are health benefits that are not taken into account in a public charge determination, including: emergency Medicaid (MassHealth Limited), MassHealth coverage for pregnant women or children under age 21, and Advance Premium Tax Credit (APTC)—including ConnectorCare plans—through the Massachusetts Health Connector.

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MassHealth Member Update

Effective immediately
, MassHealth will protect coverage for all individuals who have Medicaid coverage as of March 18, 2020 and for all individuals approved for coverage during the COVID-19 outbreak national emergency and for one month after the emergency period ends. Coverage will only end if an individual requests termination of eligibility or if they are no longer resident of the state. Members will not lose coverage or have a decrease in benefits for any other reason.

For individuals who sees on the screen and/or have received notices that their coverage is ending after March 18, 2020, no change in coverage will occur. These individuals do not have to send in any paperwork to keep their coverage, we will take steps to ensure their coverage does not terminate.
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Scheduled Maintenance: The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is performing maintenance on the Federal Data Services Hub Tuesday, June 2 from 10:00 p.m. to Tuesday, June 2 11:59 p.m.  What does this mean for me?