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Maternity Health Insurance in Wisconsin

With a little one on the way, maternity health insurance coverage may be something you need. It may seem like you have a million decisions to make. Choosing the right maternity health insurance plan may be one of your first and most important decisions as a parent-to-be. The choice doesn’t have to be difficult.


We want to help simplify your decision-making process. The articles found on this page provide helpful information and maternity insurance options for expecting mothers in Wisconsin (WI). Let us help you make a more informed decision for you and your new bundle of joy.


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How to Pick the Right Health Insurance in Wisconsin for Your Pregnancy

If you’re planning to start a family, health insurance becomes more important than ever. Not all health insurance plans in Wisconsin offer identical coverage and identical provider networks. Read more.




Pregnancy Health Insurance and Your Delivery Options

If you bought your health insurance coverage after 2010, pregnancy and childbirth will likely be covered when using doctors and clinics in the plan’s network. Read more.




Costs of Not Having Health Insurance with Maternity Coverage in Wisconsin

Did you know that it’s possible to have health insurance without maternity coverage? If you’ve been on the same plan for more than ​six years, your health insurance may not include maternity coverage. Read more.




Frequently Asked Questions about Health Insurance for Pregnant Women in Wisconsin

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) mandates insurance companies to provide certain benefits to pregnant women, including specific prenatal care, childbirth benefits and certain coverage for babies and children. Read more.