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A Point-of-Service (POS) plan offers individuals and families in Wisconsin choices for health care. This type of managed care plan offers benefits in network plus a lower level of benefits when out of network. POS plans use a primary care practitioner (PCP) to coordinate your overall medical care. Choose from Bronze plan options.
A high-deductible health plan can save you money on your premium. When you pair this type of plan with a Health Savings Account (HSA) that you own and control, you can maximize your health care spending! An HSA acts like a personal savings account, except the money is used exclusively for medical expenses. Plus, it allows you to pay for qualified medical expenses with tax-free funds. For more information, view our HSA FAQ.
If you are a business owner purchasing your own individual plan, complete the Declaration of Employer Status form if you wish to pay using your company or business checking account.
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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services require Qualified Health Plans, such as WPS Health Plan, to post a notification online explaining the necessity of rate changes.
At WPS Health Plan, we do our best to control costs and provide our customers with the best value for their money. To continue providing top-quality health plans, rate adjustments are needed from time to time.The primary factors impacting WPS Health Plan’s premium rate changes are:
Rate adjustments were made to the renewing health plans and the individual HMO and POS products as a whole. Changes in cost sharing were made to maintain benefit offerings within the prescribed metal tiers.
An individual health insurance plan from WPS provides the comfort of knowing that you’re protected so you can focus on the things that matter most to you.
Providers can leave or enter the network at any time. It is recommended that you check the network status of your provider on a regular basis.