Top Rated Health Insurance Plans in Wisconsin 2016-2017

 

Each year NCQA rates more than 1,000 health insurance plans in all 50 states. Below is information on the top health insurance plans in Wisconsin.

Health insurance ratings from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) rate health plans on a scale from 0 to 5, based on clinical quality, member satisfaction and Accreditation survey results.

  • 15 Wisconsin plans earned a top rating of 4.5 or 5.0.
  • That means 33 percent of Wisconsin rated plans earned a top rating, #3 among all states.

Don’t see your plan listed here? See all NCQA Health Insurance Plan Ratings.

Private/Commercial Type Rating
Dean Health Plan, Inc. HMO 4.5
Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin HMO 4.5
Gundersen Health Plan HMO 4.5
HealthPartners Administrators, Inc. HMO/POS/PPO 4.5
Network Health Plan HMO/POS 4.5
Security Health Plan of Wisconsin HMO/POS 4.5
Unity Health Plans Insurance Corporation HMO/POS 4.5
Medicare Type Rating
Group Health Plan, Inc. HMO 5.0
Gundersen Health Plan, Inc. HMO 5.0
Dean Health Plan, Inc. HMO 4.5
Medical Associates Clinic Health Plan of Wisconsin dba Medical Associates Health Plans HMO 4.5
Network Health Insurance Corporation (NHIC) HMO 4.5
Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc HMO/POS 4.5
Medicaid Type Rating
Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc HMO 4.5

Ratings based on NCQA Health Insurance Ratings 2016 – 2017.

Plans with partial or no data reported did not receive a rating.

2 thoughts on “Top Rated Health Insurance Plans in Wisconsin 2016-2017

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