HOW TO ENROLL
There are two windows of time you can actively shop and enroll in Your Health Idaho plans; during Open Enrollment, or when you qualify for a Special Enrollment period.
What is Open Enrollment?
The period from October 15 to December 15 each year, when Idahoans can enroll in a private health insurance plan for the coming year. During Open Enrollment, Idahoans already enrolled with Your Health Idaho can make changes or renew their coverage for the next year. LEARN MORE >
What is a Special Enrollment Period?
A time outside Open Enrollment when you and your family can enroll in health coverage, or make changes to your coverage. To qualify for a Special Enrollment Period, you must experience a Qualifying Life Event like losing employer-sponsored coverage, getting married, or moving to or within Idaho. LEARN MORE >
HOW TO ENROLL
Easy as 1, 2, 3!
Shop and compare health plans
Search medical and dental plans by provider, prescription drug and find the right plan for your family by using our side-by-side comparison tool.
Enroll in your
Coverage will begin when you make your first payment before your policy’s effective date. Learn more on your individual carrier’s website.
- If you have limited computer access, download the Paper Application.
- Completed applications can be submitted via Fax to 855-944-3351 or via U.S. mail to PO Box 50143 Boise, Idaho 83705
- If you have questions while you’re filling out the application, go to our Frequently Asked Questions.
- If you need help along the way, local certified agents, brokers, and enrollment counselors are available at no cost to you. Find free help in your area.
WHAT YOU NEED TO ENROLL
Social Security Numbers
Proof of citizenship or immigration status
Proof of tribal status
Previous years tax returns
Employer / income Information ( like W-2s or paystubs )
Current insurance policy information
Estimate Your Savings
Your Health Idaho is the only place Idahoans can apply for and receive a tax credit to help cover some or all of their monthly insurance premiums. Some Idahoans may also qualify for Cost-Sharing Reductions when they enroll in a Silver Tier plan, which lowers out-of-pocket costs for things like co-pays and prescriptions.
More than 90% of Idahoans enrolled through Your Health Idaho qualify for a tax credit. See how much you could save on health insurance by visiting the tax credit estimator.
To see if you are eligible to enroll in coverage outside of Open Enrollment, please visit the Special Enrollment page.
If you’re interested in health insurance coverage for your small business, visit the Small Business Insurance page for more information.
If you need help along the way, local certified agents, brokers, and enrollment counselors are available at no cost to you. Find free help in your area.