As of Jan. 1, 2023, WPS Health Insurance will no longer offer the WPS MedicareRx Plan (PDP). If you purchase this plan for 2022, you will need to pick a new Medicare Part D prescription drug plan for 2023.
Ask your coverage questions weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT.
Typically, you may only enroll in a Medicare prescription drug plan during the annual open enrollment period between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7 of each year. However, there are exceptions that may allow you to enroll in a Medicare prescription drug plan outside of the annual open enrollment period.
If you are a member of a Medicare Advantage plan (like an HMO or PPO), you may already have prescription drug coverage from your Medicare Advantage plan that will meet your needs. By joining WPS MedicareRx Plan, your membership in your Medicare Advantage plan may end. This will affect both your doctor and hospital coverage as well as your prescription drug coverage. Read the information that your Medicare Advantage plan sends you and, if you have questions, contact your Medicare Advantage plan.
If you currently have health coverage from an employer or union, joining WPS MedicareRx Plan (PDP) could affect your employer or union health benefits. You could lose your employer or union health coverage if you join WPS MedicareRx Plan. Read the communications your employer or union sends you. If you have questions, visit their website, or contact the office listed in their communications. If there isn't information on whom to contact, your benefits administrator or the office that answers questions about your coverage can help.
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Download the 2022 WPS MedicareRx Plan Enrollment Form.
Mail Correspondence To:
WPS Health Insurance
Attn: Customer Support - PDP Enrollment
P.O. Box 8190
Madison, WI 53708-8190
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