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Wisconsin's SeniorCare prescription drug assistance program is considered \u201ccreditable coverage.\u201d This means SeniorCare meets or exceeds the standard Medicare Part D plan, and you will not have a penalty if you choose SeniorCare instead of Medicare Part D.
SeniorCare is administered by the Wisconsin DHS (Department of Health Services) . Within DHS, the DMS (Division of Medicaid Services) is directly responsible for managing SeniorCare. Individuals enrolled in SeniorCare are called members.
SeniorCare is a prescription drug assistance program for Wisconsin residents who are 65 years of age or older and meet the enrollment requirements. The program is designed to help seniors with their prescription drug costs.
CMS has confirmed to the Wisconsin Division of Medicaid Services that this portion of SeniorCare qualifies as an SPAP. Some SeniorCare members with higher incomes have to meet a spenddown and a deductible before SeniorCare will make payment for covered services.
In addition to prescription medications, SeniorCare now covers vaccines that you get at a pharmacy. The information provided in this ForwardHealth Update is published in accordance with 2019 Wisconsin Act 185. Vaccines that you get at a pharmacy are now covered under SeniorCare.
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Wisconsin's SeniorCare prescription drug assistance program is considered \u201ccreditable coverage.\u201d This means SeniorCare meets or exceeds the standard Medicare Part D plan, and you will not have a penalty if you choose SeniorCare instead of Medicare Part D.
SeniorCare is administered by the Wisconsin DHS (Department of Health Services) . Within DHS, the DMS (Division of Medicaid Services) is directly responsible for managing SeniorCare. Individuals enrolled in SeniorCare are called members.
SeniorCare is a prescription drug assistance program for Wisconsin residents who are 65 years of age or older and meet the enrollment requirements. The program is designed to help seniors with their prescription drug costs.
SeniorCare is administered by the Wisconsin DHS (Department of Health Services) . Within DHS, the DMS (Division of Medicaid Services) is directly responsible for managing SeniorCare. Individuals enrolled in SeniorCare are called members.
Creditable coverage is a health insurance, prescription drug, or other health benefit plan that meets a minimum set of qualifications. Types of creditable coverage plans include group and individual health plans, and student health plans, as well as a variety of government-sponsored or government-provided plans.

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