This year, it’s even easier for you to re-enroll your health insurance. If you have a plan with Nevada Health Link, you will be re-enrolled automatically.
However, with plans and carriers changing for 2017-2018, it is important to review your current plan. If your 2017 plan is no longer available you will automatically be re-enrolled in a comparable plan. It is imperative to review your plan and carriers to make sure that you get the best coverage possible for your needs.
If you experience a change to your income or household, it is crucial to get assistance with health insurance re-enrollment. You must update your Marketplace application and may even save money as a result. Some changes, like change in income, may affect your savings or coverage eligibility. If you don’t update, you may miss out on additional savings or owe money back when you file your taxes.
To get personal assistance, Nevada Health Link has several options depending on your needs:
- Licensed Insurance Professionals – Brokers are available to help you enroll, answer your questions, or shop a new plan. You can use our in person assistance search tool to find a broker in your area. Or, if you received help before from a certified insurance broker, please contact him or her again.
- Your Current Carrier – If you want to stay with your current insurance company, you can contact them to see if they can directly enroll you through Nevada Health Link.
- Certified Navigator Organizations and Assisters – Navigator Organizations and Assisters are available to help you re-enroll. You can use our in person assistance search tool to find a Navigator Organization or Assister in your area. Or, if you received help before from a certified Navigator Organization or Assister, please contact him or her again.
You may also reach Nevada Health Link at: 855-7NVLINK (768-5465) or email us at: CustomerServiceNVHL@exchange.nv.gov if you need immediate assistance with health insurance re-enrollment.