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Any life changes like getting married or divorced, moving, or a change in dependents within your household needs to be reported to your income maintenance or tribal agency. Learn what changes need to be reported and how to do that.
“Most people find themselves responsible for the care of another person with little warning. In the midst of a global pandemic, we realize that caregivers need easy access to innovative resources that complement the training." Read about free online courses available for caregivers!
Basic hygiene and disease prevention measures can save lives. With cold and flu season upon us and COVID a threat to the lives of the elderly patients and residents in our care, it is critical for us to practice disease prevention and to educate the caregivers we employ. The Centers for Disease Control and Wisconsin Department of Health Services offer an abundance of resources. Learn more!
The Prescription Portal and mobile app will help iCare Medicare members quickly manage your budget and health, including viewing your medications and copays, finding the lowest cost for your medications, ocating the pharmacies closest to
you with the best cost options for your medications and those offering flu shots and other important vaccines and more.
iCare wants to keep our members healthy. We want to make sure that you know the best ways to stay protected from Coronavirus (COVID-19).
DHS is planning for the Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccination program. Vaccinator enrollment in the program will soon be open to entities such as: pharmacies, health care providers, health care systems, local and tribal health departments, and mass vaccination sites. Read this iCare blog article for more info.
iCare is sharing that the Wisconsin Department of Health Services has created a plain-language section of the DHS website with resources specifically for adults in Wisconsin long-term care programs such as Partnership.
iCare is sharing this message on behalf of the Wisconsin Elections Commission and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Special Voting Deputies (SVDs) will not be dispatched to care facilities to administer voting for the November 3 election.
Advocate Aurora is offering FREE flu shots at mobile locations around Milwaukee in September and October. Find out more!
The Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition and Barbara Beckert offer a thank you to everyone who participated in our series of webinars, Voting in the Time of Pandemic, sponsored in part by iCare.
iCare is growing our network. We’re seeking to contract with Nurse Practitioners to conduct in-home health assessments. Read more about how you can contract with iCare.
Your vote is your voice! Understand how to register to vote in Wisconsin in time for the November presidential election. Whether you wish to vote in person or by absentee ballot, read more about how and where to register to vote.
The Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition invites you to join with us to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
A new resource from Wisconsin Department of Health Services has been posted. The intent of the dashboard is to provide Wisconsinites with the tools they need to most effectively respond to COVID-19.
Read a Juneteenth message from Tom Lutzow, President and CEO of Independent Care Health Plan (iCare).
Guidance from the Wisconsin Department of Health Service for Health Care Providers returning to work after COVID-19.
What started as a local initiative to supply masks to Milwaukee's essential workers has turned into a national effort. Find out more about #MaskUpMKE and how you can help in their latest campaign.
Thriving Communities asked iCare if they could create a video about real iCare members and real iCare staff. They wanted to help show how iCare puts their core values into action and delivers meaningful results for members.
Children who normally receive free or reduced price meals through their school continue to have access to nutritious meals while schools are closed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to the coronavirus, small businesses and sole proprietorships can apply for and receive loans to cover their payroll and other certain expenses through existing SBA lenders. Find out if you may qualify.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has released an information video for iCare's providers and members about Electronic Visit Verification.
April 16, 2020: iCare has determined that the removal of the Prior Authorization requirement in advance of transferring from acute to subacute facilities will better serve our members and lighten the burden on our providers during the coronavirus pandemic.
This quick iCare blog article describes new COVID-19 guidance from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services which has been developed for home care providers.
DHS Now Recommends Health Care Providers test all patients with acute respiratory illness for COVID-19. Read the full article to learn more.
As Wisconsin keeps physically healthy by staying Safer at Home, children have fewer interactions with many of the professionals trained to observe and mandated to report suspected child abuse. So it is critical for us all to be aware of the signs of child abuse and know what to do.
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