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MCHA rates and information


The Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association (MCHA) offers policies of individual health insurance to Minnesota residents who have been turned down for health insurance by the private market, due to pre-existing health conditions. Premiums charged to policyholders are generally higher than rates for comparable policies in the marketplace By law, MCHA premiums must be set between 101% to 125% of the weighted average for comparable policies.

MCHA Plan Rates-Qualified Plans (.pdf)
Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association Qualified Health Plan Premium Rates effective July 1, 2010

MCHA Medicare Supp. Plan Premium Rates-current enrollees  (.pdf)
Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association Qualified Medicare Supplement Plan Premium Rates effective July 1, 2010 for current enrollees.

MCHA Medicare Supp. Plan Premium Rates--new enrollees  (.pdf)
Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association Qualified Medicare Supplement Plan Premium Rates effective July 1, 2010 for new enrollees.