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Change, Update, or Cancel
Open Enrollment for 2017 is over. You now have limited opportunities to change your health plan.
You can change health plans now only if you experience a qualifying life event — like losing other coverage, having a baby, or getting married — that makes you eligible for a Special Enrollment Period.
Find out if you qualify to change plans
Just answer a few fast questions, and we’ll tell you if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. If you do, you can change your 2017 health plan.
Ready to change plans with a Special Enrollment Period? Log in to your account.
If you experience a change to your income or household — like a pay raise, a new household member, or a dependent getting other coverage — you must update your Marketplace application.
If you (or someone on your plan) enrolled in a Marketplace plan and gets other health coverage — like through a job, Medicare, Medicaid, or CHIP — you can cancel your Marketplace coverage for everyone on your application or just certain people at any time.
You can also end your Marketplace plan without replacing it. If you do, you may have to pay a penalty for the months you don’t have health insurance. You'll also have to pay for all of your health care yourself.