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Farmers’ Health Cooperative of Wisconsin allows farmers and agribusiness to purchase health care as a group, increasing their buying power and giving them access to the many advantages of group health care purchasing. A primary goal is to stabilize insurance rates to help members plan for their future health costs. By spreading risk over a large and stable health insurance pool, members will be able to avoid high rate increases. The quality of Farmers’ Health Cooperative plans exceeds what is available on the market to individual farmers today. Members may be able to find cheaper insurance for a year or two, but they won’t get the protections available through Farmers’ Health Cooperative.

Farmers’ Health Cooperative is member-owned and governed. Like other cooperatives, it is a non-profit business that will invest future profits back into the cooperative and its members. Farmer’s Health Cooperative recognizes the cost benefits of injury prevention, disease management and the use of generic medications. Plans include first dollar preventive care for services such as routine physicals, immunizations and screenings.


 
 
 
DOWNLOADABLE FORMS   Definitions
Benefit Summary for POS Delta Dental Application Form Membership Application
Benefit Summary for $2500 HSA FHCW Dental Acknowledgement Form Employee Census Form
Benefit Summary for $5000 HSA Application for FHCW Employer Application Form
Benefit Summary for Delta Dental Health Questionnaire  

Farmers' Health Cooperative of Wisconsin is a Co-op Care initiative brought to you by Cooperative Network. FHCW health insurance plans will be managed by Agri-Services Agency which offers coverage through Anthem. We are grateful for support from the UW School of Medicine and Public Health’s Partnership Fund for a Healthy Future; AgStar Financial Services; USDA Rural Development; and the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.

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