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ConnectorCare

Produced by Massachusetts Law Reform Institute
Reviewed November 2021

ConnectorCare is one kind of health insurance you can get from the Massachusetts Health Connector. ConnectorCare is for Massachusetts residents who:

  • have low or moderate income at or below 300% of the federal poverty level,
  • cannot get affordable insurance through work, and
  • cannot get other public insurance like MassHealth or Medicare.

In ConnectorCare, your insurance coverage is through a private HMO plan, but the government pays for most of the costs of coverage.

If your income is more than 300% of poverty

You may still be able to get a discount on the premium for other kinds of Health Connector Plans. Check the Get an estimate tool to find out if you qualify for this help paying your premium.

COVID-19 Update

The information on this page does not reflect COVID-19 emergency policies affecting ConnectorCare, like the closure of the Health Connector's walk-in centers. See the Health Connector's COVID-19 webpage.

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