If you want to cancel your Marketplace plan, you can call the Marketplace at 800-318-2596.
If you want to cancel our off-Marketplace plan, we can process that cancellation for you.
Call Customer Service at 800-538-8833.
You can also log in to your Blue Access for Members account and send us a secure email message.
Can you cancel your health insurance policy at any time?
In most instances you can cancel your major medical insurance at any time without facing additional charges or fees. This is important because you cannot re-enroll in major medical outside of the open enrollment period (November) unless you qualify for a special enrollment period.
How do I cancel my Anthem Blue Cross?
If you want to cancel only one or some of the dependents covered by your individual/family insurance contract, you can do so by calling the customer service number on the back of your ID card. Do not use the cancellation form because it will cancel all people on your health insurance contract.
How do I cancel my ACA coverage?
Here’s what to do. Go to the health insurance marketplace where you bought the plan and sign into your account. If you bought it through HealthCare.gov, log into “My Account,” go to “My Plans and Programs,” and select “End/Terminate All Coverage.”
How do I cancel health insurance?
If you need to cancel your health or dental plan with fewer than 14 days advance notice, please call the Covered California Service Center at (800) 300-1506 or contact your health or dental insurance company directly. These requests are handled on a case-by-case basis.
Can you cancel health insurance when it is not open enrollment?
Your type of insurance coverage determines whether you may cancel your insurance policy. Employer-sponsored plans require you wait until open enrollment unless you have a qualifying event. Private insurance polices may be canceled at any time according to your insurance documentation.
Can I cancel my employer health insurance?
An employee can voluntarily cancel coverage at any time only if the company is not having employee premium contributions deducted pre-tax. If they are, they are de facto enrolled in a Section 125 Plan and cannot change that election until Open Enrollment or a Qualifying Life Event.