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.

For a listing of Association member health plans and their public Web sites, please click here.

This Web site exists primarily to serve our member health plans; however, the site contains information and resources valued by policymakers, the news media as well as the more casual observer of the health plan industry in Wisconsin. Whatever your interest, you are most welcome to the information contained here.

If you have suggestions for improving our site, please send us a note here.


BSG Analysis: Critical Considerations for Evaluating the Self-Funding RFP

Gerald Frye of The Benefit Services Group offers critical analysis of the request-for-proposals (RFP) process for evaluating the risks and rewards of self-funding the State Group Health Program.

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Additional Considerations on Possible State Group Health Program Changes

Gerald Frye of The Benefit Services Group offers additional considerations as the Group Insurance Board contemplates structural changes to the State Group Health Program.

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Access Self-Funding Issue Resources Page

Access additional analysis and information on Wisconsin's competitive health insurance market and considerations for the State Group Health Program by clicking here.


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