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Creating healthier communities, one trail at a time

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention only 53 percent of adults get the recommended amount of daily aerobic activity.


Security Health Plan receives CAQH CORE certification

Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., received three Certification Seals from the Committee on Operating Rules for Information Exchange (CORE) for demonstrating high operating standards for electronic health information transactions within its business processes.


Security Health Plan invests in Central Rivers Farmshed

“Every time we make a food choice, we are choosing between a detrimental process or a beneficial process,” Laura Zelenak, Manager of Community Health at the Marshfield Clinic Health System Center for Community Health Advancement, said.


Learn about options to make Medicare work for you

Individuals who will soon be eligible for Medicare are invited to learn how Medicare plans offered by Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., can help them afford and receive the best quality health care and services.


Security Health Plan names Hoglund Chief Actuary

Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., has named Krista Hoglund Chief Actuary.


Security Health Plan supports promotion of organ and tissue donation

Every ten minutes another person is added to the waiting list for a donated organ. Each day 22 people die because the organ they need is not donated in time.


Security Health Plan earns three awards for customer service excellence

Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., has earned three service quality awards for 2018 from Service Quality Measurement (SQM), a leading North American research firm that specializes in customer service improvement.


Security Health Plan invests in The Chestnut Center for the Arts

“This place is a little hidden gem,” said Marshfield Clinic Health System Applications Analyst Carmen Duran.


Security Health Plan invests in the 2019 Wisconsin Health Literacy Summit

“Understanding health information is critical to making healthy choices in life and when faced with health problems,” said Wisconsin Health Literacy Medical Advisor Paul Smith.


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