Close To 20 Percent Of Access Health CT Customers Still Need To Submit Verification Documents To Stay Covered
Customers can scan and submit verification documents at Enrollment Fairs, via mail or online
- Some AHCT customers will receive letters in the mail requesting specific documents to confirm information in their application.
- Documents can be submitted online, at an Enrollment Fair where documents can be scanned and uploaded immediately or by mail.
- Failure to submit documents by the deadline can result in loss of coverage or financial help.
HARTFORD, Conn. (January 13, 2020)—Open Enrollment to sign up for a 2020 health insurance plan through Access Health CT (AHCT) ends at midnight on Wednesday, January 15, 2020. Connecticut residents can still enroll online, over the phone, or in-person at any of our Enrollment Fairs or five Enrollment Locations—and some might need to submit verification documents.
“Approximately 20 percent of customers who have enrolled in a 2020 health insurance plan through Access Health CT need to submit verification documents,” said Chief Executive Officer of Access Health CT, James Michel. “Customers can submit materials online, at one of our Enrollment Fairs where we have scanners to collect and submit documents or by mail.”
If you have received a letter from Access Health CT asking you to submit documents to confirm your eligibility for healthcare coverage, follow the steps even if you have enrolled and started using your plan. If you would like to mail copies of your documents to us, it is important to include the cover sheet with the unique bar code that we sent you with your documents. Please know that you may lose your coverage or financial help if Access Health CT does not receive the documents by the deadline indicated in that letter.
For more information about verification documents click here.
For details on where to get free, in-person help submitting verification documents click here or see below: