Care Wisconsin News
Madison, WI-Care Wisconsin recently received it's Medicare Star Rating for 2018.
Madison, WI—Care Wisconsin, a non-profit managed care organization headquartered in Dane County, announces President and Chief Executive Officer Karen Musser’s retirement plans. Musser, who has served Care Wisconsin for nearly 20 of its 40-year history, will retire in Q1 2018. Under Musser’s leadership, Care Wisconsin has experienced rapid but controlled growth, from a $9 million service agency to a $430 million managed care organization serving 46 Wisconsin counties. Her tenure at Care Wisconsin is marked by the implementation and expansion in Wisconsin of 4 core programs: Family Care, Partnership, Medicaid SSI, and Medicare Dual Advantage.
Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) Secretary Linda Seemeyer today announced the managed care organizations selected to serve Family Care members and the IRIS (Include, Respect, I Self Direct) consultant agencies that intend to serve participants in the IRIS program in Dane County. This expansion will end the wait list for more than 450 people in Dane County with long-term care needs, including some who will have access to needed long-term care services for the first time...
We have current Registered Nurses (RN) Care Management openings in areas throughout Wisconsin.
We are recruiting 2 new members for our Long-Term Care Council in our Eastern Region.
Self-directed supports helped 33-year-old Sofia feel more like an adult.
Caring for a parent is stressful. With the help of Family Care, one family found support.