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Medicare Plan Finder: Wisconsin Medicare Plan High Deductible

Updated:
May 20, 2021

Wisconsin Medicare Plan High Deductible Costs & Coverage

The Wisconsin Medicare Plan High Deductible comes with a monthly cost that ranges from $45.00 to $335.00. The Hospital Part A Deductible is $2,370.00 and the Medical Part B Deductible is $0.00. Part B Copays/Insurance are $0 (or $203 if not eligible for this benefit)**.
Hospital Part A Deductible
Medical Part B Deductible
Part B Copays/Coinsurance
$2,370.00
$0.00
$0 (or $203 if not eligible for this benefit)**

Wisconsin Medicare Plan High Deductible Hospital Coverage

Hospital Stay 1-60
  • Days 1-60: $0
Hospital Stay 61-90
  • Days 61-90: $0
Hospital Stay 91-150
  • Days 91-150: $0 while using your 60
Hospital Stay 365 days
  • After 150 days: All costs
Hospital Stay Over 365

Wisconsin Medicare Plan High Deductible Skilled Nursing Facility Coverage

Skilled nursing facility (for Medicare-covered stays)
  • Day 1-20: $0, Days 21-100: $0, After 100 days: All costs
Skilled nursing facility day 61-90
  • Days 61-90: $0
Skilled nursing facility day 91-150
  • Days 91-150: $0 while using your 60
Skilled nursing facility 365 days
  • After 150 days: All costs
Skilled nursing facility over 365 days

Wisconsin Medicare Plan High Deductible Foreign Travel Emergency, Part B, Bloodwork & Tests Coverage

Covered Part B Services
Part B Excess Charges
Blood (during a hospital stay)
  • First: $0, or $203 Part B deductible)** Then: $0
Blood (outside a hospital)
  • First: $0, or $203 (Part B deductible)** Then: $0
Tests for diagnostic services
  • $0 Generally for most preventive services Medicare covers
Foreign Travel Emergency

Wisconsin Medicare Plan High Deductible Hospice, Home Health, DME Coverage

Hospice Care
Home Health Care (for Medicare-approved services)
Durable Medical Equipment (covered by Medicare)
  • First: $0, or $203 Part B deductible)** Then: $0
Covered Part B Services
  • First: $0, or $203 (Part B deductible)** Then: $0
Preventive Services
  • $0 Generally for most preventive services Medicare covers
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