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2017 Medicare Advantage Plans in Wisconsin




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Improvements in Medicare in Wisconsin 2017

Medicare continues to grow, while offering seniors and people with disabilities stable premiums and improved quality of care. Whether through Original Medicare (Parts A and B), Medicare Advantage, or the prescription drug benefit (Part D), 1,078,667 beneficiaries in Wisconsin continue to have access to improved benefits thanks to the Affordable Care Act, including:

Certain preventive benefits including certain cancer screenings are available at no cost to beneficiaries when provided by qualified and participating health professionals. The annual wellness visit provides beneficiaries with the opportunity to sit down with their doctor to discuss their health care needs and the best ways to stay healthy.

In 2017, if beneficiaries reach the coverage gap known as the donut hole in Medicare's prescription drug benefit, they'll save 60 percent on covered brand name drugs and see increased savings on generic drugs.

In Wisconsin in 2017:

100 percent of people with Medicare have access to a Medicare Advantage plan

73 Medicare Advantage plans are available

24 Medicare Prescription Drug Plans are available

73 percent of people with Part D have access to a plan with a lower premium than what they paid in 2016

25 percent of people with Medicare Part D get Extra Help (also called the low-income subsidy, or LIS)

$17.00 is the lowest monthly premium for a prescription drug plan

In 2016, 322,379 people in Wisconsin with Original Medicare took advantage of at least one preventive service without cost-sharing through July 2016. 97,020 people in Wisconsin with Original Medicare took advantage of the annual wellness visit in 2016 through July.

Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, people with Medicare in Wisconsin have saved: $408,662,824 on prescription drugs through July 2016 as a result of the discounts in the donut hole and rebates in 2010. In 2016 alone, 40,568 seniors and people with disabilities received discounts of $40,958,845 through July, for an average of $1,010 per beneficiary.