The Hawai’i Health Connector is committed to helping you find the health insurance plan that’s just right for you. We are focused on providing you with the tools that will enable you to make the best health insurance decision for yourself, your family, or your small business.
O‘ahu Marketplace Assister Organizations
- Helping Hands Hawai‘i
- Honolulu Community Action Program
- Institute for Human Services, Inc.
- Ke Ola Mamo, Inc.
(808-779-7190 or 808-779-2410)
- Ko‘olauloa Community Health & Wellness Center
(Hau‘ula: 808-293-9216, or Kahuku: 808-293-9231)
- Kōkua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services
- Legal Aid Society of Hawai‘i
- Pacific Gateway Center
- Project Vision Hawai‘i
- Li’s Translation
- Wai‘anae Coast Community Mental Health Center, Inc.
- Wai‘anae Coast Comprehensive Health Center
- Waimānalo Health Center
Want to talk to someone? Give us a call at 877-628-5076 and we will be happy to assist you with your health insurance needs.
Application Checklist for Individuals & Families
If you would like to explore other options for healthcare coverage and enroll in a plan with the ten essential health benefits, you may be able to change to a plan offered through the Marketplace. Whether you can get lower costs on your monthly premiums or out-of-pocket costs depends in part on the kind of coverage that you choose.
When you use the Marketplace, you’ll need information about your current coverage or the coverage offered by your employer (and any employer coverage you’re eligible for but haven’t enrolled in, including any coverage through a spouse’s or parent’s employer). You’ll need some additional information to fill out the application. Use this checklist below to help you get ready.
- Social Security Number (or document number for legal immigrants)
- Employer and income information for everyone in your household (for example, from pay stubs or W-2 forms—Wage and Tax Statements)
- Policy numbers for your current health insurance plan
Application Checklist for Small Employers
If you have 50 or fewer full-time equivalent employees, the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) is a new program that simplifies the process of buying health insurance for your small business.
When you use SHOP, you’ll need certain information about your business to fill out the application. Use the checklist below to help you get ready.
- Federal Employer Identification Number
- Unemployment Tax ID
- Number of employees
- Hours employees work per week
- Annual wages for each employee
- Date of birth for all employees
- SSN for all employees
Application Checklist for Employees
If your employer offers insurance through the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP), you will be able to enroll online. Your employer will give you the information you need to enroll. Use the checklist below to help get you ready.
- Your employer’s Employer ID Number
- Social Security Number (or document number for legal immigrants) for you and, if dependent coverage is offered, everyone in your household
- Security code and employer ID which will be provided by your employer