Make sure you're prepared for your upcoming Medicaid renewal. We're here to help.

Keep your health insurance

Your health insurance needs to be renewed every year. Here's how to avoid losing BadgerCare Plus or Medicaid.

Watch your mail

Watch the mail for information from the state on renewing and make sure to reply on time.

Avoid gaps in your health insurance

We're here to help. Contact us to:

  • Help you update your contact information.
    If you have BadgerCare Plus or Medicaid, update your contact information so you can be reached when it's time to renew.
  • Know when to expect your eligibility renewal.
    You should have received notice in the mail, or on your account of the date of your renewal. You can sign in to your account to get your specific renewal timeline or contact us.

Contact us at 1-800-279-1301 (TTY: 711).

Learn more about Medicaid renewal

The State of Wisconsin provides full details on its Medicaid Renewal News for Members page.

Try an e-visit

Our BadgerCare Plus members can get no-cost virtual care for a variety of common conditions. This is known as an e-visit. You'll connect with a local provider using your phone or other device. Your provider will assess your situation and, if necessary, provide a prescription. Just answer a brief online survey to see if an e-visit is right for you.

Service area map

Finding a provider is quick and easy.

Under Dean Health Plan Product Type, select BadgerCare Plus/Medicaid.

Search by specialty, name, location, gender, and/or language.

  BadgerCare Plus members must reside in one of the fourteen core BadgerCare Plus-designated counties (Adams, Columbia, Dane, Dodge, Fond du Lac, Green, Green Lake, Iowa, Jefferson, Juneau, Lafayette, Marquette, Rock, and Sauk) within our service area.

 BadgerCare Plus members can visit in-network providers in any of the core counties as well as Crawford, Grant, Richland, Vernon, Walworth, and Waukesha Counties.

Keeping you healthy

Taking good care of yourself is an important part of staying healthy. Find out what you can do for your health.

Intervention and follow up are important parts of treating depression, mental health and dependence issues.

Learn more about mental healthcare

Early and regular prenatal care is vital to the health of both moms and babies.

Learn More about healthcare during pregnancy

An office visit, Urgent care or Emergency room—learn when to go to each.

Learn more about getting the right care

Avoid triggers and set up an Asthma Action Plan with your doctor.

Learn more about asthma care

Make sure you are taking steps to stay healthy and control your diabetes.

Learn more about diabetes

Smoke or vape? We can help you stop with both counseling and prescription help.

Learn more about our nicotine cessation programs

It’s a free, preventive health check-up program for those up to age 21.

Learn more about HealthCheck

Vaccinations are safe, effective and one of the best ways to prevent diseases.

Learn more about vaccinations

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