Family Care Partnership Program

The Family Care Partnership Program is an integrated health and long-term care program for frail elderly and people with disabilities. The Partnership Program consists of several managed care organizations located in different geographical regions of Wisconsin. A program similar to Partnership is the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).

Overview of the Family Care Partnership Program

Information for Consumers and Family Members

Information for Professionals

The goals of the Partnership Program are to:

  • Improve quality of health care and service delivery while containing costs.
  • Reduce fragmentation and inefficiency in the existing health care delivery system.
  • Increase the ability of people to live in the community and participate in decisions regarding their own health care.

Managed Care Organization (MCO) Scorecard

The Family Care Partnership Scorecard is a tool you can use to help you choose a managed care organization (MCO). Each MCO is represented in the Scorecard by star ratings evaluating how well the MCO performs across a variety of factors, including consumer satisfaction and compliance with state standards. The Scorecard also provides MCO staff characteristics like turnover rate and staff to member ratio. You can find more information, like contact information and a link to each MCO's provider directory, in the MCO Scorecard. Contact your ADRC to discuss the options available to you in your county.

Family Care Partnership MCO Scorecard, P-02554 (PDF)

Contact Information

If you cannot find the answer to your question, send us an email or call our main office at 608-267-7286.

Last Revised: January 10, 2020