For the City Times
Network Health, the Wisconsin-based health plan, has received a prestigious 4.5 star rating for its Medicare Advantage PPO plans from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). This rating reflects the high quality of coverage offered by Network Health Medicare Advantage PPO plans, as well as a high level of customer satisfaction.
The Five-Star Quality Rating System from CMS scores the types of services offered by a health plan, including preventive medicine and chronic condition management as well as member experience and customer service. Plans are awarded a score on a scale of one to five, with five being the highest rating.
“The recent 4.5 star rating confirms what we and our members already know – Network Health offers top-tier coverage and service to our members,” said Coreen Dicus-Johnson, Network Health president and CEO.
Network Health has received a 4.5 star rating for the fourth consecutive year. This year Network Health is expanding its Medicare Advantage PPO plans to five counties in southeast Wisconsin.
“Network Health is local. We’ve been providing quality health insurance in northeast Wisconsin for over 30 years,” said Dicus-Johnson. “Now we are offering the same high-quality coverage to our friends and family in the metro-Milwaukee area.”
Network Health is the largest provider-owned Medicare Advantage plan in Wisconsin. The company insures more than 63,000 lives on its Medicare Advantage PPO plans.