Open Enrollment Medical Information
Open Enrollment is the one time of year you can make changes to your medical insurance.
- Change your carrier. You can choose who administers your health plan, BlueCross BlueShield, HealthPartners or PreferredOne. This decision allows more options for where you receive your care, and at different cost levels. Visit the Find a Clinic page to access the 2020 clinic directory.
- Add or drop dependents. Unless you experience a qualifying life event, Open Enrollment is the only time you can add or drop yourself or eligible dependents.
Waiving Medical InsuranceEnrolling a Spouse or a ChildHealth Assessment and Programs
Minnesota Advantage Health Plan
New premium rates
|Level of coverage
||Current (2019) medical premiums
||NEW 2020 medical premiums
|Partial employer contributions
||All 2019 rates
||All 2020 rates
Schedule of Benefits for Cost levels
The schedule of benefits provides more information about the different cost levels that can impact your out-of-pocket costs.
High Deductible Health Plan
If your insurance follows the Manager’s Plan or the Commissioner’s Plan, you’re eligible to enroll in our High Deductible Plan.
View more information and rates about our High Deductible Plan below.
High Deductible Health Plan Frequently Asked Questions
Read more about our medical information.