BadgerCare Plus Enrollment Data

The BadgerCare Plus enrollment reports provide information for the following demographic groups: children, adults and caretakers, pregnant women, children with income above 250% of the federal poverty level (FPL), pregnant women with income above 300% FPL, and increases in enrollment for these groups since the beginning of BadgerCare Plus (02/01/2008).

Enrollment Data Related to April 1, 2014 BadgerCare Plus Policy Changes

The two reports below provide county-by-county information enrollment related to the BadgerCare Plus policy changes that became effective April 1, 2014. The first report details the number of individuals who no longer met the BadgerCare Plus program rules on April 1, 2014 and now have access to affordable health care coverage through the federal Health Insurance Marketplace. The second report details the number of childless adults who were newly eligible for BadgerCare Plus in April 2014.

Employer Reports 

The employer reports provide information on Wisconsin employers who employ BadgerCare Plus members. This information is updated on a quarterly basis.

Note: Households where more than one member of the house is employed by the same employer have only been counted once for employers within the top 100 employers. The employer names were not entered in standard manner from the data source. Therefore, the employer name could not be standardized within the "Other Employers" category, and the numbers may reflect duplicate counts for the household. For example, in a household with two parents working for the same employer within the "Other Employers" category, the household may be counted twice in this category. The "All Employers Statewide-Unduplicated" line, located at the bottom of these reports, reflects an unduplicated count, by case and individual, for a family having multiple employers within a household (i.e., a person is only counted once).

Quarterly Comparison (XLS, 54 KB) For the four most recent quarters

Last Revised: April 9, 2015