BadgerCare Plus is a health care coverage program for low-income Wisconsin residents.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) is seeking public comment to extend the current Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver, known as the BadgerCare Reform Demonstration Waiver. Learn more about the extension request, including public hearings, how to access or request waiver documents, and how to submit comments.
DHS is seeking feedback on a draft plan for monitoring access to fee-for-service health care through its Medicaid program.
- BadgerCare Plus Forms and Publications
- List of health clinics for those with no health insurance
- Other Wisconsin Department of Health Services Programs
- ForwardHealth Program Resources
- BadgerCare Plus Enrollment Data
- BadgerCare Plus Contacts
- Badger Care Plus Federal Poverty Levels - Program Income Limits
- HIPAA Privacy Notices
- Covering Wisconsin BadgerCare Plus How-To Sheets:
- How to Start Using Health Care, English (PDF) and Spanish (PDF)
- Choose a Quality Doctor, English (PDF)
- How to Make Appointments, English (PDF) and Spanish (PDF)
- Where To Go for Care When You're Sick, English (PDF) and Spanish (PDF)
- Networks, Primary Care and Specialists, English (PDF)
- Rides, Gas Money, and Bus Tickets, English (PDF)
Partners & Providers
Be Aware of Phone Scams
If you are getting health care benefits, DHS will not call you seeking personal or financial information. If you are getting FoodShare benefits, your agency will call you to complete a FoodShare interview and may ask you to verify certain information to ensure they are talking with the correct person. If you are unsure of who you are talking to, hang up, and call your agency or Member Services at 1-800-362-3002.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation's consumer protection agency, advises consumers not to give out personal or financial information to people you do not know through phone calls, emails, or knocks on your door. Scam artists want your information to commit identity theft, charge your existing credit cards, debit your checking account, open a new credit card, checking, or savings account, write fraudulent checks, or take out loans in your name.