Paying MyPriority plan premium bills

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.)

Pay onlineLink to MyPriority bill pay

You can pay your bill using your MyHealth account.

Click the "Pay my premium" tile on the top of the screen 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


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.

  • You may choose to switch to EFT any time. Click "Pay bill" in your online Member Center.
  • 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.

Mailing a 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

No overnight payments or packages are accepted.

Paper bill options

  • Paper bill for 3-month, 6-month and 12-month payments
  • Paper bill monthly 

To switch from EFT to paper bills, click "Pay bill" in your online Member Center.

Pay by phone

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

Non-payment of premium

If we don't receive and post your premium payments by the last day of the month in which the premium is due, we'll end your policy as of the last date your policy was paid in full.

  • Premium payments are subject to a 30-day grace period. If a premium payment is late, a member can pay their premium anytime during that 30-day period without lapse in coverage.
  • If the premium isn't paid during the grace period, coverage will be ended at the end of the grace period, at our discretion.
  • If a member doesn't pay and coverage ends, we can collect from them all costs of covered services the member received and we paid for during the 30-day grace period plus the costs of recovering these charges.
Last modified: 2/25/2015
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