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NHP Massachusetts Health Connector Plans

Attention Commonwealth Choice Members

How will my Commonwealth Choice coverage change in 2014?

Health care reform in 2014 may change how individuals, families and small businesses get health care. Current Commonwealth Choice members may now qualify for enhanced benefits and lower costs.

Do I need to re-enroll?

All Commonwealth Choice members will need to re-enroll in a new plan before their current plan ends. If you get your Commonwealth Choice coverage through your employer, they will need to reapply before your scheduled renewal date.

Learn about our new NHP Prime plans available through the Massachusetts Health Connector:

Platinum Plans

Highest premiums with lowest co-pays and deductibles

Gold and Silver Plans

Lower premiums with higher co-pays and deductibles

Bronze Plans

Lowest premiums with highest co-pays and deductibles

Keep Your Doctor. Keep Your Benefits. Keep NHP.

Re-enroll today! Here’s how you can stick with NHP and your doctor in 2014:

Step 1

Go to and enter your basic information like your income and family size.

This will tell you what type of NHP plan you're eligible for, and whether or not you can get financial assistance with your premiums. You can also get help by calling 1-877-623-6765 (MA ENROLL) or through community navigators or certified application counselors who are unbiased and available to you free of charge.

Step 2

Select a new NHP plan and enroll.

At NHP, we have a health plan for the life you lead. Finding and enrolling in the right NHP plan is easy at

Step 3

Become familiar with your benefits and make the most of your health and wellness with NHP.

After you enroll, you’ll receive a member kit followed by your member ID card. This will be a good time to learn all about your benefits, our one-on-one care management programs, health and wellness benefits and perks, and more.

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Our extensive provider network has 70 teaching, community, and specialty hospitals, more than 4,300 primary care providers, and over 13,400 specialists.