The Wisconsin Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program is a joint effort between the federal Medicaid Program, long-term care insurers, and the state of Wisconsin. Wisconsin’s Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program is a partnership between:
Private long-term care insurers
Long-term care insurance producers (agents and brokers)
Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Office of the Commissioner of Insurance
At the federal level, the Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program is overseen by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
The purpose of the Wisconsin Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program is to encourage people to make plans for how they will meet their future long-term care needs, whether through services provided in their own home or another community-based setting or in a nursing facility.
Under the Wisconsin Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program, an amount equal to the amount of benefits that a person receives under a qualifying Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership insurance policy is excluded when determining:
- The person’s resources for purposes of determining Wisconsin Medicaid eligibility and
- The amount to be recovered from the person’s estate if the person receives Wisconsin Medicaid benefits.
- Long Term Care Insurance Partnership Training for Insurance Agents (under Course Search and Instructional Resources)
- LTCIP Statute
- LTCIP Administrative Rule
- Aging and Disability Resource Centers