Medical plans to keep you covered
If you are losing your Medicaid coverage, you and your family may be eligible for another health plan through Blue Cross and Blue Care Network, the only statewide carrier for both HMO and PPO plans. You may even qualify for a $0 plan with access to the largest network of doctors and hospitals in Michigan, plus many free benefits.
When can you enroll?
If you lost your coverage in 2023, you'll want to apply as soon as possible so there won't be a gap in your coverage. While you can apply during the Medicaid Redetermination unwinding special enrollment period through July 31, 2024, you won't be covered until you do enroll in a plan.
If you're losing your coverage in 2024, you can apply up to 60 days before your coverage ends, and up to 90 days after it ends.
We can help you choose an affordable plan
We can help you find a plan that meets your needs. You may be eligible for a $0 or low-cost plan. You may also qualify for a tax credit or subsidy that will reduce your premiums.
Most plans include:
- Free annual physical
- Free wellness visits for kids
- Free maternity and family planning programs
- Free myStrength by Livongo® app for behavioral and mental health care
- Free Virtual Care by Teladoc Health® for virtual urgent care
- Free vaccinations
- Free diabetes and hypertension management including connected devices and supplies
- Free Blue Cross Personalized Medicine program
- Free BCSM mobile app
- Discounts to gyms with Blue365®
Livongo® is an independent company that provides diabetes management services on behalf of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network.
How do you enroll?
Have questions? Our Health Plan Advisors are ready to help you choose a plan. Call us at 1-844-994-0103 or contact a Blue Cross-authorized licensed agent. TTY users call 711.
If you're ready to choose a health plan, you can view plan options or enroll now.
Frequently asked questions
If your Medicaid coverage is ending, you'll receive a letter explaining the loss of coverage, as well as the date your coverage will be ending.
There are several ways to lower your health care costs. These include selecting a plan with a lower premium and higher deductible, or choosing a plan that pairs with a Health Savings Account, or HSA.
You may also qualify for a health insurance subsidy or tax credit that provides financial assistance that lowers your costs. This is based on your income, family size and health coverage premiums in your area.
If you're losing your Medicaid coverage and need to select a new plan, you may have questions about which plan you should choose.
We're here to help you choose a plan, and have the answers to common questions about choosing a health plan.
Our health plan advisors are ready to answer your questions and help you choose a plan. Call us at 1-844-994-0103. TTY users call 711.
Marketplace coverage in Michigan
If you're losing your Medicaid coverage due to the end of the public health emergency, you may also qualify for health coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Visit healthcare.gov to learn more about the health plans available.