Paying your MyPriority plan premium

No matter what payment method you picked when you enrolled, you can change it at any time. (We're sorry, we don't accept credit cards.)

Already a member with a MyHealth account? Pay online.

To pay, log in and tap Pay My Premium.

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You can use Pay My Premium to:

  • Make a one-time electronic funds transfer (EFT) payment
  • Set up recurring payments via EFT or change EFT banking information
  • Change your billing frequency (if you're not receiving the Advanced Premium Tax Credit)
  • Change your billing address
  • View your billing and payment history
  • View your current bill

Set up electronic funds transfer (EFT)

Your first premium payment was made via EFT, but when you enrolled you had a choice of either a paper bill or EFT for paying your premiums after that.

  • To switch to EFT any time, go to your MyHealth account and click Pay My Premium. Log in now.
  • EFTs are drafted the third business day of a month, whether the EFT is set up as monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually.
  • Non-sufficient funds will cost $50 - If your payment "bounces" because your account doesn't have enough money to cover your premium, we'll get a non-sufficient funds (NSF) notice from the bank, and we'll charge an extra $50 to resubmit the check/EFT payment.

Mail your premium payment

Please include the payment coupons for ALL accounts when you are paying by check for more than one person's coverage.

If you don't have a payment coupon, write the contract number(s) and amount you are paying for each contract on the check.

Mail your check to:

Priority Health
3915 Momentum Place
Chicago, IL 60689-5339

Sorry, we can't accept overnight payments or packages.

Paper bill options

You can set up your bill to make monthly, 3-month, 6-month or 12-month payments.

Pay by phone

Call Customer Service at 800.528.8762 to make a one-time only payment from your bank account.

When you don't pay your premium on time

We know life happens - we don't end your coverage immediately if your premium is late. You have a grace period. Learn about your grace period.