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Understanding your coverage
The services covered by your health insurance and the amount you will owe depend on the plan you have. There are a wide range of plans and coverage.
Some plans consider Children's Wisconsin providers, services and locations to be out-of-network. This means you may be required to pay a larger portion of the bill. It also can mean your health insurance plan won't cover any services provided by Children's Wisconsin.
You will want to understand what is covered when you are selecting a health insurance plan. You also should confirm your coverage before receiving care, except in an emergency.
- Pay your bill or learn more about billing and payments
Ask the right questions
The first step is to determine if Children's services are covered by your health insurance plan. But that isn't enough. It also is important to understand the level of your coverage. You can do this by reviewing your health insurance plan benefits or talking with your health insurance company.
Request an estimate
Our Financial Counseling team can provide guidance. They are available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at (414) 266-5700 or FinancialCounselors@childrenswi.org
Looking for health insurance?
Our affiliate, Chorus Community Health Plans, offers individual and family plans, on and off-Marketplace. Learn more about individual and family plans.