Plan Renewal Information | Ambetter of Tennessee
Now more than ever, it’s time for you to get involved in your healthcare.
At Ambetter, we care about the health of our members. We are dedicated to providing you and your family with reliable health plans you can count on.
Benefits like Ambetter Telehealth, so you can get care whenever and wherever you need it. And, our My Health Pays® rewards program, to make your coverage even more affordable.
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for important dates and enrollment information.
Open Enrollment is the time period when you can renew or make changes to your Ambetter of Tennessee plan. It starts on November 1, 2020 and ends on December 15, 2020.
Your Ambetter renewal letter will provide the details for your 2021 Ambetter coverage. You’ll want to review your plan details closely. If you don’t need to make any changes, we will automatically renew your coverage.
If you want to make changes, such as adding adult Vision or adult Dental, you can call us and we’ll help you explore these options.
When Open Enrollment starts on November 1, you can call us at 1-833-709-4735 (Relay 711) and we can help you re-confirm your tax credit information. You’ll want to do this whether or not you received a tax credit last year. This will ensure you save as much as possible on your 2021 coverage. You can also go to healthcare.gov.
It depends on your 2020 tax information. Whether you received a tax credit last year or not, call us and we can help you update your information. You can also visit healthcare.gov. Be sure to do this by December 15, 2020 to ensure your tax credit amount is up-to-date for your 2021 coverage.
Yes. If you’re pleased with the details on your renewal letter and don’t want or need to make any changes, your Ambetter plan will automatically renew. Your coverage will start on January 1, 2021. You won’t need to do anything!
Your monthly premium amount may adjust for your 2021 Ambetter coverage. When you receive your Renewal letter, be sure to review this closely. We have other plans that can offer you different monthly premium amounts and other out-of-pocket cost savings. And remember, even if your premium is changing in 2021, you still need to keep up with your current premium payments through the end of 2020.
When Open Enrollment is closed, you may still be able to enroll in a health insurance plan. To do so, you have to qualify for a Special Enrollment period. This happens when you experience a Qualifying Life Event. Give us a call at 1-833-709-4735 (Relay 711) and we can walk through your options. And remember, Open Enrollment begins on November 1, 2020!