The voice of Wisconsin's community-based health plans

The Wisconsin Association of Health Plans is the voice of 12 community-based health plans that provide health insurance coverage in every county of the state to individuals, employers and government programs.

Wisconsin's community-based health plans make the state's health insurance market the most competitive in the country. They are the state's quality leaders, according to state and national ratings and historical rankings, and they are an economic asset for the state, contributing jobs to local communities and billions of dollars to Wisconsin's gross state product.

To learn more about the community-based health plans in the Wisconsin Association of Health Plans, click here.

To access individual member health plan Web sites, click here.

To help you better navigate the world of health insurance, we've assembled links to helpful information:

The Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance (OCI) is responsible for regulating insurers in Wisconsin and enforcing state consumer protections. For more information and consumer resources available through the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance, visit the OCI Web site.

Other helpful consumer resources include:

A glossary of insurance terms.

A fact sheet on the process to have your health insurance claims reviewed by an independent reviewer.

Information on insurance coverage for small businesses.

The Wisconsin Consumer's Guide to Managed Care Plans.


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