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Wisconsin Well Woman Program

Wisconsin Well Woman Program

Members

Well Woman pays for certain screenings for some of the most common women's health concerns
  • Breast Cancer
  • Cervical Cancer
  • Multiple Sclerosis testing for high risk women
Covered services are available from participating health care providers at no cost to Well Woman clients. There is no premium, co-payment or deductible for the Well Woman Program. Not all covered services are available from every provider.

How to Apply:

Enroll through a county or tribal Well Woman coordinating agency, or in some cases, through a participating health care provider. Simple enrollment form; requires proof of age, income and insurance status.

Don't miss out on services that can help you stay healthy!

For more information about the Well Woman Program in your area, contact your local Well Woman Program coordinating agency, or the Well Woman Program directly at 1-608-266-8311.

To be eligible:

  • You must be a woman age 45 through 64, and
  • Your income is within the program's guideline limits, and
  • You do not have health insurance, or the insurance you have doesn't cover routine check-ups and screening, or you are unable to pay the deductible or co-payment.

Providers

Covered services are available from participating health care providers at no cost to Well Woman clients. There is no premium, co-payment or deductible for the Well Woman Program. Not all covered services are available from every provider.

WWWP Provider Participation Agreement - UserID and Password are required to access this page. Please contact your Local Coordinating Agency with any questions.

WWWP providers who have a signed Trading Partner Agreement with Medicaid will be allowed to submit HIPAA compliant 837 transactions. Companion documents are intended for information technology and/or systems staff who will be coding billing systems or software for compliance with the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). The Companion Documents tell what elements must be submitted, optional by the national standard but required by the individual program on the 837 transaction for each program. These Implementation Guides define the electronic format and values for each data element within an electronic transaction.

For more information on HIPAA, see Wisconsin Medicaid HIPAA.

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