Outside of Open Enrollment, you may still be able to purchase health insurance coverage through Your Health Idaho. If you experience certain Qualifying Life Events – like moving or having a baby – you could be eligible for a Special Enrollment Period, which allows individuals and families to enroll in health insurance coverage. If you are already enrolled with Your Health Idaho, a Special Enrollment Period would allow you to make changes to your existing insurance plan.
If you believe you have a Qualifying Life Event that might be eligible for a Special Enrollment Period, you have 60 days from the date of your event to complete the following:
- Report your Qualifying Life Event.
- Provide documentation to prove the event and enrollment eligibility.
- Select and enroll in a plan.
The Qualifying Life Events listed below could be eligible for a Special Enrollment Period. Select the event that best represents your situation to see a brief description and required documentation.
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Adding a new member to your household can impact your eligibility for insurance through Your Health Idaho.
Birth & Adoption
If you or someone in your household recently lost, or expects to lose, qualified health insurance coverage, you could be eligible to enroll with Your Health Idaho.
Loss of Coverage
Changes to your household size can impact your eligibility for insurance coverage through Your Health Idaho.
Marriage & Divorce
If you are new to Idaho or moved within the state, you could be eligible to enroll with Your Health Idaho.
Certain American Indians and Alaska Natives can buy a health insurance plan through Your Health Idaho.
American Indian &
Exceptional circumstances can impact your eligibility to enroll in insurance coverage through Your Health Idaho.
If you or members of your family are enrolled in employer-sponsored health insurance that is deemed unaffordable, you may be eligible for affordable health coverage through Your Health Idaho.