The Commonwealth Health Connector Insurance Authority is the country's first and longest-running state-based marketplace, its primary objective is to offer high-value coverage to individuals and small businesses in Massachusetts, while also acting as a policy and outreach hub for state and federal health reforms.
Throughout its 13-year history, the Health Connector has gained valuable experience, adapting to various changes and reforms, and now serves over a quarter million residents in Massachusetts, playing a crucial role in the state's healthcare landscape.
Are you a current MassHealth member? Did you recently get a blue envelope from MassHealth? Need help completing your MassHealth renewal?
About this event
MassHealth is in the process of renewing coverage for all members to make sure they remain eligible and receive the best benefit for which they qualify.
Join MassHealth experts as they explain what members need to do to update their information and how to renew their MassHealth coverage.
Some people may not qualify for MassHealth, so the Health Connector staff will explain how they can get coverage and help paying for it through the Health Connector.
Why is it important to renew your MassHealth coverage?
How to report any changes in your information to MassHealth?
How to access your online account and who can access an online account?
Where to get help completing your MassHealth renewal?
How to get help enrolling in Health Connector coverage?
If you need help with your renewal, application, or coverage, you should speak with a state-certified enrollment assistant or call
Health Connector: 1-877-623-6765 (TTY 1-877-623-7773)
Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m., Saturday–Sunday, Closed
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