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Stay covered and keep your coverage and financial assistance current when things change or when it is time to renew.

Oregon Health Plan

Did you arrive on this site because a letter or email from the Oregon Health Authority directed you here? If you need to log in to your ONE account to make updates or read messages, go to one.oregon.gov.

Report changes

If anything you put on your Oregon Health Plan application changes, you must report the changes within 30 days. These include a change of address, a change in income, the birth of a child, a new offer of coverage through a job, or someone moving in or out of the household.

Report changes

Renewal

Oregon Health Plan members must update their information to make sure they still qualify for health coverage. Members are usually asked to renew their information once a year, depending on their eligibility. If you have Oregon Health Plan coverage, the Oregon Health Authority will notify you when it is time to renew.

Renew

Other issues

Call OHP client services (800-273-0557, toll free) if you have questions or problems regarding your Oregon Health Plan benefits.

Private health insurance through HealthCare.gov

Changes

Changes in your income or household size can cost or save you money, so you should report them to HealthCare.gov right away. Log in to your account at HealthCare.gov or learn more.

Tax time

If you got insurance through HealthCare.gov and received an advance premium tax credit (APTC) to lower the cost, certain forms are required at tax time. They are important because if you do not file them, you may not get financial help with your insurance in future years. What to do at tax time.

Renewing your coverage

Open enrollment is when you should update your information and select a plan for the new year. Open enrollment for 2022 health coverage was from Nov. 1, 2021 to Jan. 15, 2022.

If you had a plan through the Marketplace last year and did nothing before open enrollment ended, HealthCare.gov probably automatically signed you up for 2022 coverage in the same plan you had in 2021 or or one similar to it. But the benefits or premium — the price you pay to have coverage each month — may have changed. It is best to actively shop and enroll to get the plan that is right for you and your budget.

Renew coverage

Other issues

Call your insurance company if you have questions or problems concerning your plan’s benefits. The phone number will be on the back of your membership card.