Medicare Advantage in Wisconsin

​​​​​​​​​​​​Last Updated: July 27, 2021

Full version of publication: Consumer’s Guide to Medicare Advantage in Wisconsin

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Medicare Advantage​ is for people age 65 and over and for younger people with disabilities who meet certain qualifications. Medicare Advantage was added to the Medicare program as Medicare Part C​.​ It offers people en​rolled in Medicare Part A​ and Part B​ another option for obtaining health coverage through the Medicare program. Medicare Advantage plans​ are offered by private companies approved by Medicare.

This guideexplains the options under Medicare Advantage, provides important questions to consider, and lists some of the advantages and disadvantages of Medicare Advantage Plans. ​

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If you wish to receive a printed version of this guide by mail, click here or call 1-800-236-8517 to request a copy.

File a Complaint
If you have a specific complaint about your insurance, refer it first to the insurance company or agent involved. If you do not receive satisfactory answers, contact the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance (OCI).

  • ​Reach out to OCI (1-800-236-8517, ocicomplaints@wisconsin.gov) to speak with our staff. If sending an email, please indicate your name and phone number.

  • File a complaint with OCI. You can file a complaint online by clicking here. If you would like to file your complaint by mail, you can download a complaint form in English or Españ​ol.​