How to Enroll in a Qualified Health Plan

Dec 20, 2020

Open Enrollment is happening now! This means that anyone can find a new health insurance plan for 2021, even without a Qualifying Life Event (QLE). Now is not the time to go without coverage!

Haven’t enrolled yet? Maybe the process is intimidating to you. After all, there’s a first time for everything, even enrolling for health insurance. But don’t let that scare you off. Enrolling in a Qualified Health Plan (QHP) is not as complex as you might think. Nevada Health Link makes it easy for Nevadans to find the plan that’s right for them, with affordable plans that cover the 10 Essential Health Benefits.

To get started, first: See What Your Options Are to Enroll.

There are multiple ways to get assistance and enroll in a health plan through Nevada Health Link:

  1. Online at, click on Get Started and Start Shopping to compare your options.
  2. Call 1-800-547-2927 to reach the Customer Assistance Center (see call center hours here) and to find FREE Local Assistance.
  3. Email

Visit this page for more numbers to assist with enrollment and navigating Nevada Health Link.

Next: Get Your Documents in Order!

There is a list of paperwork that you will need in order to enroll, but have no fear! Nevada Health Link has a list of the required items and documents ready to go. Take a look to make sure you have everything you’ll need to sign up for a comprehensive Qualified Health Plan, dental or vision plan.

Finally: Choose Your Plan!

What best fits the needs of you and your family? After entering your basic information on our website and including your family details and your income, you’ll be able to see what benefits and plans you qualify for. And, did you know that Nevada Health Link is the only place where you can get subsidies to assist with paying your monthly premium? 4 out of 5 enrollees qualify, and with subsidies, some plans are as little as $0 cost for premiums per month. Nevada Health Link has a multitude of plans to choose from, including 50 health insurance plans, two vision plans and 21 dental plans.

When you can see your options, we recommend contacting a licensed agent/broker or certified enrollment counselor, who can help you select the best plan based on your budget and needs.

Open Enrollment runs now through January 15th – so don’t wait to enroll!