Medicare Plan Rating Information
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Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-star rating system.

The Overall Star Rating combines scores for the types of services each plan offers. For plans covering health services, the overall score for quality of those services covers many different topics that fall into 5 categories:

  • Staying healthy: screenings, tests, and vaccines. Includes whether members got various screening tests, vaccines, and other check-ups that help them stay healthy.
  • Managing chronic (long-term) conditions: Includes how often members with different conditions got certain tests and treatments that help them manage their condition.
  • Member experience with the health plan: Includes ratings of member satisfaction with the plan.
  • Member complaints and changes in the health plan’s performance: Includes how often Medicare found problems with the plan and how often members had problems with the plan. Includes how much the plan’s performance has improved (if at all) over time.
  • Health plan customer service: Includes how well the plan handles member appeals.

Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-star rating system. Star Ratings are calculated each year and may change from one year to the next.

2018 Ratings

H1651 - Iowa/Illinois Plan: Awarded 4.5 out of five (5) stars by Medicare

H5256 - Wisconsin Plan: Awarded 5 out of five (5) stars by Medicare