How do I log in to the HealthCare.gov Marketplace?
Ready to log in to the HealthCare.gov Marketplace? Not sure how or what you can do once there? Grab our free step-by-step guide to enrolling in Marketplace health insurance here.
You can shop for a Health Insurance Marketplace plan on HealthSherpa (a trusted partner of HealthCare.gov) here, and you can manage your Marketplace health insurance, report changes, and download important documents here. You can also speak directly with a Consumer Advocate to get your questions answered by calling (872) 228-2549.
If you’d prefer to use HealthCare.gov, you can log in to the HealthCare.gov Marketplace through the account you created when you first signed up. To do that, you’ll need the username and password you created at that time. Don’t have a username and password yet? You can create an account online if you don’t already have one. To do so, you’ll just need to follow five simple steps.
First, you’ll enter some basic information such as your full name, mailing address and email address. Then, you’ll create a username and password for your account. Next, you’ll select and answer a number of security questions for added protection for your account. You’ll then click “create account.” Lastly, you’ll answer a number of questions based on information from your credit report. Once your identity has been verified, your account will have been created and you can proceed to shop the Marketplace.
Anyone can enroll in an Affordable Care Act health insurance plan during Open Enrollment period, which runs from November 1 to January 15. You can also enroll in a health plan during the Special Enrollment Period (anytime other than Open Enrollment Period) if you have a qualifying life event, such as losing your health coverage, having a child, or moving.