Business Overview

If you are an employer looking to purchase health care coverage for yourself and your employees, please call (800) 895-2421 and a sales representative will be happy to assist you.

2020 Qualified Health Plans (QHP)

2019 Qualified Health Plans (QHP)

What types of plans do we offer?

  • HMO plans (Health Maintenance Organization) – Our HMO plan includes Mercyhealth providers and contracted providers. Please see map for details:  HMO Map
    • Contracted providers: MercyCare contracts with Fort Healthcare, Watertown Regional Medical Center and others to provide healthcare to our members
  • EPO plans (Exclusive Provider Option) – Our EPO plan contracts exclusively with Mercyhealth providers, helping you save on your premiums.  Please see map for details: EPO Map
  • PPO plans (Preferred Provider Option) – PPO plans have two levels of care:
    • In-network providers – Mercyhealth & Firsthealth
    • Out-of-network coverage for providers outside of that network
      • *Staying in-network can save you on deductibles and co-insurance costs.
  • Health Savings Accounts (HSA)– These plans use our HMO network and give members the opportunity to put money aside in a specific health savings account to help cover future medical expenses.

Certificates of Coverage

Large Group and Non-Qualified Health Plans (QHP)

WI-Small Group Qualified Health Plans (QHP)

IL-Small Group Qualified Health Plans (QHP)

For more information on any of these plans, please call (800) 895-2421.

Determining which MercyCare plans are available in your area will depend on where your business is domiciled*. MercyCare Health Plans’ service area includes four Wisconsin counties: Green, Jefferson, Rock and Walworth and two Illinois counties: Boone and Winnebago. MercyCare has created many plans for those employers and businesses in both Wisconsin and Illinois.

*Domiciled is defined as a business’s fixed, permanent and principal home for legal purposes.