You can sign up for your health plan online for a health insurance policy for yourself and your family.
However, if you’re looking to pay less than your full premium for a coverage you might have previously paid, you may be able to save money.
Here’s what you need to know.
What you need: You’ll need to enter your employer’s name, mailing address, Social Security number, and income information.
How to sign up: Go to your local U.S. HealthCare.gov page to sign in.
You’ll then be able see a list of your health plans.
If you’re getting paid for an individual plan, you’ll need your health status to know which plan you qualify for.
If your plan does not have a health status, it will tell you which one you qualify with.
You should also enter your medical information.
For example, if your employer is not a health plan, your medical insurance status won’t be shown.
After signing in, you should see a link to check your status, and you’ll be able change your health coverage.
If there are any errors, contact your insurance provider.
If a problem occurs, you can try changing your plan and/or getting a new plan.
You can also find your employer online.
Once you have a plan, go to the U.N. website and select “Manage Plans” to find your health insurer.
Select the health plan you’re interested in and enter your information, and check the box next to “I want to change my health insurance status.”
You will then see the change.
You may also need to update your Social Security numbers and email addresses.
Check your status by clicking on the link next to your health policy.
If it says “Already enrolled,” you’re done.
Once your health care plan has been set up, you won’t have to pay anything for your coverage.
You won’t need to apply again.