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Overview

MinnesotaCare is a publicly subsidized health care program for residents who do not have access to affordable health care coverage. It is funded by a state tax on Minnesota hospitals and health care providers, federal Medicaid funds and enrollee premiums.

Most enrollees pay a monthly premium based on family size and income. Children under 21, some military families, and families with an enrolled American Indian do not pay a monthly premium.

Enrollees get their health care services through a health plan. People can choose their health plan from those serving MinnesotaCare enrollees in their county.

How to apply

See How to apply for more information.

Contact us

Long distance (toll-free): 1-800-657-3672

Metro area: 651-297-3862

Facts and figures

  • • Detailed information about program costs and funding sources, as well as enrollment breakdowns by county, is in reports produced by the department’s Reports and Forecasts division.
  • • Legislative summaries are available on the department’s fact sheets page.

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