Open Enrollment

What Happens if I Missed Open Enrollment?

HAAM Open Enrollment has ended – the next Open Enrollment starts November 1, 2020!

If you missed Open Enrollment, you may still have options for health coverage. Please reach out to the Member Services team to discuss your options and to renew your HAAM membership for 2020. You can reach us at 512-541-4226 and press option 3 or send an email to Don’t wait until it’s too late!

What HAAM Programs Am I Eligible for After Open Enrollment?

All HAAM members must renew their membership each year to have continued access to dental, vision, hearing, wellness, and healthcare navigation services. Visit the I Am a Member page for more information on how to access each program.

If you missed Open Enrollment, contact the Member Services team at 512-541-4226 and press option 3 or send an email to to start the renewal process.

Not a member yet? Visit the Become a Member page for more information regarding eligibility and scheduling an enrollment appointment. 

Tax Time!

The deadline to file your 2019 taxes is April 15th. Our friends at Foundation Communities offer free tax preparation services by appointment or walk-in at both of their locations – you can find more information here.

If you had a Marketplace insurance plan in 2019, it is SUPER important that you file your taxes on-time to reconcile the Premium Tax Credits you received. Check out this handy guide for more information.

Your To-Do List for 2020!

New year, new you! Here is a list of things to tackle to keep your health on the right track for 2020:

  1. Establish a Medical Home - establishing a medical home and primary care doctor is key to your continuity of care and makes it easier to schedule unexpected doctor appointments when you’re sick. Don’t have a primary care doctor? It’s easy! Just select a doctor that’s in-network with your insurance plan and schedule your annual physical to establish care.
  2. Schedule Your Annual Physical – preventative services such as an annual physical, a well-woman visit, and certain blood tests are covered at no-cost to you with your Marketplace insurance plan. Click here for a full list of covered preventative services.
  3. Set-up Your Member Portal for your 2020 Marketplace plan – your member portal is useful for making your monthly premium payment, checking the status of your claims, and searching for in-network providers. Check out the Primary and Specialty Care page for more information.