Individual and family plans
Getting health insurance on your own doesn’t mean you have to go it alone. HealthPartners is here for you with individual and family health insurance plans in Minnesota and Wisconsin that feature:
- 100% coverage for preventive care like checkups
- Access to our 24/7 online clinic Virtuwell
- Prescription insulin for no more than $25 a month
Our plans also have:
- 24/7 support for concerns like where to go for care, how to manage stress, help while traveling and more
- Discounts on fitness and well-being classes, exercise equipment, eyeglasses and more
- The option to add your spouse and/or children to your plan
HealthPartners offers plans with the network, benefits and affordability to keep you healthy and ready for what’s next.
If you live in the Twin Cities metro or St. Cloud area, choose from eight Peak plans for affordable coverage and care.
Live in the Twin Cities metro, Duluth area or western Minnesota? Pick from eight Apex plans with access to almost all providers in the state and surrounding areas.
Available in the Twin Cities metro, our Select plans offer the convenience of virtual care with the experience of locally trusted care providers at the lowest cost.
If you live in western Wisconsin, choose from nine Atlas plans for medical insurance that fits your lifestyle.
If you live in northeastern Wisconsin, our eight Robin Oak plans can help you find trusted care and coverage close to home.
You can enroll in an individual or family plan during open enrollment, which starts in November and runs for a certain amount of time each year.
The length of the open enrollment period can change from year to year and is set by both federal and state governments.
You can enroll in or switch your plan outside of open enrollment if you qualify for special enrollment – for example, if you move, get married or divorced, adopt a child or involuntarily lose your existing health insurance.
In most situations, you have 60 days from the date of the
Think about what kind of care you and your family will need next year. For example, are you planning for a big event, like the birth of a child? Do you or your spouse take regular medication for a condition? Or do you expect to see your doctor only for regular checkups and a flu shot?
Your answers can give you a good idea of the kind of care you’ll likely need in the coming year.
When looking at plans, check to see if your current care team is in the plan’s network. If not, consider your and your family’s comfort level in switching to a new doctor or clinic.
Some plans go beyond the basics to provide gym discounts, access to 24/7 online care and travel support. Not only can these
Tax credits can help make an individual or family health plan even more affordable. They’re usually based on your household’s size and income amount.
To take advantage of any tax credits you may qualify for, you’ll need to enroll in a plan through