NOTE: the deadline has arrived, we will update on the results as soon as we have confirmation!
In the past year, nearly 1 in 5 insured people has not filled a needed prescription because they couldn’t afford it. In Wisconsin, the average health insurance consumer pays over $1,200 before their insurer even starts to pay for prescriptions!
BUT WE HAVE THE CHANCE TO CHANGE THIS.
On July 22, Wisconsin Marketplace insurers will submit their 2017 plan proposals to the state. When they do, they have a choice to make: to continue to extract a profit at the expense of Wisconsin families, or to introduce what are known as Low Out-Of-Pocket health plans that provide health care access at costs that working families can afford by reducing deductibles by the thousands each year.
ADD YOUR NAME today to tell insurers to stop keeping needed medications out of reach for thousands of Wisconsin health consumers, and join Citizen Action of Wisconsin in demanding that insurer and prescription cartels stop stacking the deck against working people.