Renew, change or cancel your plan

Sometimes when life changes, your health insurance should too. Find the information you need to manage your plan and get coverage. 

What is open enrollment?

Open enrollment is the designated time period when you can enroll in or make changes to your health plan. Open enrollment is October 15 - January 15. Here's what you should consider before you apply.

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Special enrollment

If you experience certain life events such as getting married or having a baby, you may qualify to make changes to your plan outside of the open enrollment period. We call these qualifying events. In most cases, you have 60 days from the date of the event to enroll in a health care plan.

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Are you covered through your employer?

If you get health insurance through an employer, then you can renew or change your coverage during your company’s annual benefits enrollment period, which usually takes place October through November. Check with your employer for exact dates.

It's time to renew your health coverage for 2019. Here's what you need to know.

Account change form

Fill out this form if you would like to make changes to, or update the personal information associated with, your individual and family plan.

Covered CA members please contact Covered CA at 1-800-300-1506  or update your account online at coveredca.com.

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Can I make changes to my network?

If the primary care physician you want to work with isn't within your network or plan medical group and you purchased your plan directly from Sharp Health Plan you can change your plan options during open enrollment by submitting a new application. Outside of open enrollment, you will need a qualifying event in order to make a change. 

Log in to your account to see coverage details

With Sharp Connect you can:

  • Securely access details of your medical coverage
  • View pharmacy benefit information
  • Choose or change your PCP
  • Request a new Member ID card or print a temporary card

LOG IN TO YOUR ACCOUNT

Did you already start the application process for a new plan? You can pick up right where you left off.