1115 BadgerCare Reform Demonstration Waiver. On October 31, 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services approved the section 1115 BadgerCare Reform demonstration waiver amendment. The waiver includes reforms aimed at encouraging work and providing incentives for healthy lifestyles.
If reasonably equivalent joint placement exists and both parents apply for BadgerCare Plus for the child and the income of either case requires that a premium be paid as condition of the child’s BadgerCare Plus eligibility, then the parents can choose in which case .
48.1 BadgerCare Plus Premium Tables. 48.1.1 Premiums for Children. 48.1.2 Reserved. 48.1.3 Five Percent Premium Caps for Children. 48.1.1 Premiums for Children. Non-exempt children with an assistance group income above 201 percent of the FPL will be required to pay premiums. Each child’s premium will be based on his or her own assistance.
BadgerCare Plus (BC+) is a state-sponsored health insurance program launched on February 1, 2008. It is aimed at low-income, vulnerable population groups such as children under 19 years old (regardless of income), pregnant women living up to 300% of the Federal Poverty Level, and adults with certain household arrangements.