Wisconsin's BadgerCare Program The following is a summary and analysis of the new family-based health care plan that Wisconsin began to implement on July 1, 1999.
Core Plan - Basic Health Care For Adults With No Dependent Children Covered Services BadgerCare Plus Core Plan - Covered Services
What's At Stake with Possible Medicaid/BadgerCare Waiver Policy Changes? September 9, 2011 The recently enacted Wisconsin biennial budget requires more than $466 million in unspecified cuts to BadgerCare and Medicaid programs.
WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES Division of Health Care Access and Accountability F-10139 (06/09) BADGERCARE PLUS PREMIUM INFORMATION / PAYMENT You will have to pay a monthly premium to be enrolled in BadgerCare Plus.
BadgerCare BadgerCare is a Wisconsin program that helps low income working families with children. BadgerCare can provide health insurance coverage to working families who: • Have children under age 19 (even if they are married); • Parents or spouses of parents living with their child(ren ...
That year, the state implemented the BadgerCare program. 1 BadgerCare is open to children and parents with incomes up to 185 percent of the federal poverty level ($31,765 for a family of three in 2007).
Update January 2008 No. 2008-05 BadgerCare Plus Information for Providers Department of Health and Family Services To: Advanced Practice Nurse Prescribers with Psychiatric Specialty, AODA Counselors, Community Support Programs, Comprehensive Community Services Providers, Crisis Intervention ...
January 2012 . BadgerCare Plus and Wisconsin Medicaid . Covered Services Comparison Chart . The covered services information in the following chart is provided as general information.
BadgerCare Plus Mental Health/AODA Prior Authorization Requirements Journey Mental Health Center The Journey Mental Health Center (JMHC) Utilization Management Program
Fact Sheets BadgerCare updated May 2002 Fact Sheet 1 Who can get coverage? BadgerCare is a Wisconsin Medicaid Program that provides affordable health care for Wisconsin's low- to moderate-income families with children.