How to Find the Best Medicare Plan in Wisconsin That Meets Your Healthcare & Prescription Drug Plan Needs
Medicare is not one-size-fits-all. A Medicare enrollee in one city may have entirely different hospital and pharmacy preferences than someone in another. Medicare also supports different types of beneficiaries in Wisconsin. For example, 87.9% (1,090,397) of Wisconsin Medicare beneficiaries are age 65 and older; whereas 12.1% (150,232) are under the age of 65 and on disability. Just as your personal healthcare needs may change from year to year, Medicare plans in Wisconsin are always changing.
Medicare Advantage Plans in Wisconsin
In the Wisconsin Medicare coverage area, there are 19 different Medicare Advantage carriers, many of which provide multiple plans including a prescription drug component. Depending on your budget, Medicare eligibility, healthcare needs, and your preferred doctors, pharmacies and other coverage preferences, available plan types in Wisconsin may include: HMO, PPO, PFFS (Private fee-for-service), and SNP (Special Needs Plans).
Average Cost of Medicare Advantage Plans in Wisconsin
Medicare enrollees in Wisconsin have the flexibility to choose from a broad selection of Medicare options. Of Wisconsin’s Medicare enrollees, 47.9% (594,021) have Original Medicare (Part A and Part B). 52.1% (646,608) of Wisconsin’s Medicare population are opting to enroll in the increasingly popular Medicare Advantage plans provided by Medicare-approved private companies and insurance carriers.
- Wisconsin’s Average Monthly Premium: $59.55
- Wisconsin’s Average Annual Drug Deductible: $202.08
- Wisconsin’s Average In-Network Out-of-Pocket Spending Limit: $6,455.14
- Wisconsin’s Average Star Rating for Local Available Plans: 3.9 (Out of 5)
*Metrics reported only on MA plans that have a monthly premium, deductibles, and star rating metrics that are available and as reported by the CMS. Monthly Premium is a Consolidated Premium which includes Part C and D. Drug Deductible metric includes both Enhanced and Basic. Enhanced plans charge higher monthly premiums than basic plans but typically offer a wider range of benefits.
Eliminate the Guesswork: Review Medicare Plans Available in Wisconsin with a Licensed Insurance Agent
In Wisconsin the availability and costs of Medicare plan options vary from one insurance company to another. TrustMedicare.com partners with experienced licensed insurance agents, brokers, and insurance companies to help you to easily compare a range of Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement and Prescription Drug Plans that are right for your healthcare needs, budget, and eligibility.