Enroll for a health or dental plan by january 15th

Finding a health or dental plan for you and your family can be complicated and confusing. Washington Healthplanfinder is offering more plans this year, including Cascade Care plans, to help you live and stay well. Washington Healthplanfinder makes it easy to find, compare, and enroll for qualified health or dental plans that fit your needs. You can also gain access to tax credits, reduced cost sharing, and public programs such as Medicaid (Apple Health).

Enroll for a plan now through January 15th for coverage beginning February 1st.  Learn more below and visit wahealthplanfinder.org today.

GET STARTED
How do I enroll in a plan on WA Healthplanfinder?

Learn more about getting started on Washington Healthplanfinder by clicking through the tabs on the right!

Before you start your application, gather the information below for all household members applying for coverage: 

  • Legal names

  • Birth dates

  • Social Security numbers

  • Income before taxes/deductions

  • Tax filing status (this is what you report on your IRS tax return) 

  • Proof of income (if your income has changed since you last filed taxes)

  • Current health insurance information (coverage dates, group number, policy number)

  • Proof of immigration status if you’re a legal permanent resident

  • Proof of tribal status if you’re a registered American Indian/Alaska Native

Make sure you add all household members, even if they don’t need coverage. This information helps us determine if you’re eligible for free or low-cost health insurance. Download a checklist of information you will need to apply.

Download a checklist of information you will need to apply.

When you’re ready to apply, set up an account on Washington Healthplanfinder. Use the information you gathered to fill out the application. Check out quick tips to help you complete the application.

 

Next, search for a plan that fits your budget and needs.

Get more care for how you’re living with new 2021 health plans.

New this year are Cascade Care plans which cover services such as your doctor visits, mental health services, and generic drugs before reaching your deductible. These are affordable options aimed at combatting the alarming number of patients in Washington State who don’t have health coverage due to high out-of-pocket costs.

 

To compare plans online:

  • Click “Health Care Provider” to search for plans where your doctor is in-network.
  • Customize your search by filtering plans by premium, deductible, out-of-pocket maximum, insurance company, metal level, and more.
  • Next, search for a plan that fits your budget and needs.

     

    Get more care for how you’re living with new 2021 health plans.

     

    New this year are Cascade Care plans which cover services such as your doctor visits, mental health services, and generic drugs before reaching your deductible. These are affordable options aimed at combatting the alarming number of patients in Washington State who don’t have health coverage due to high out-of-pocket costs.

     

    To compare plans online:

    · Click “Health Care Provider” to search for plans where your doctor is in-network.

    · Customize your search by filtering plans by premium, deductible, out-of-pocket maximum, insurance company, metal level, and more.

    · Compare up to 3 plans at once.

    up to 3 plans at once.

Once you’ve finalized your plan and paid your first bill, you’ll get information from your insurance company about your new coverage.

RESOURCES
Open Enrollment Resources

Washington Healthplanfinder offers a number of resources to help you enroll in coverage that meets your needs and budget. You can receive assistance online, on the mobile app, over the phone, or in-person with a trained representative that can walk you through the entire process. Click through the tabs on the right for more information!

During open enrollment, there are help centers across the state staffed with professionals to help you find a plan that fits your needs. All in-person enrollment centers are set up with CDC protocols to combat the spread of COVID-19. You can schedule a virtual appointment or go online to schedule an in-person consultation.

These centers offer financial, cultural, linguistic, and disability/accessibility services. King County in-person enrollment centers include:

Seattle
Financial Designs
2723 California Avenue SW, Seattle, WA 98116
1-425-392-7390
carol_mcclure@att.net

Federal Way
Public Health Seattle & King County
1640 S 318th Pl., Federal Way, WA 98003
1-800-756-5437
daphne.pie@kingcounty.gov

Download the app to search for free in-person help, manage your coverage on the go, get all your important messages, view coverage details, and upload documents with the snap of a photo.

To download the app, click here.

The Customer Support Center can help individuals, families, and small businesses fill out their application or answer questions about financial help and the enrollment process via phone. Help is available in 175 different languages.

  • Toll-Free: 1-855-923-4633
  • TTY/TDD: 1-855-627-9604
More plans
Enroll for a Health or Dental Plan by January 15th

Finding a health or dental plan for you and your family can be complicated and confusing. Washington Healthplanfinder is offering more plans this year, including Cascade Care plans, to help you live and stay well. Washington Healthplanfinder makes it easy to find, compare, and enroll for qualified health or dental plans that fit your needs. You can also gain access to tax credits, reduced cost sharing, and public programs such as Medicaid (Apple Health).

Enroll for a plan by January 15th for coverage beginning February 1st. Learn more below and visit wahealthplanfinder.org today.