As an international, since you are not familiar with the American health insurance process, it feels like they kind of throw all the information on you and expect for an logical decision. This is the worse, the bad is the coverage is limited in wisconsin. The good is when you go to hospital in wisconsin it works fine.
Lots of very good options.
I am an average user and find it to be a fair benefit. The options are convenient, and the quality of health care in Madison is great.
The fact that I can choose between several plans.
Access to UW hospitals and clinics is available through most insurance plans offered. In recent years, premiums and deductibles have gotten progressively higher, and co-insurance was added in the past few years. It is still the best, most affordable health insurance offered to grad student employees by a state university in the midwest--and I compared several.
The University also has an affiliated hospital so health insurance portion is low.
A lot of options, and decent price.
very comprehensive, not expensive, very satisfied
I mean, it's insurance, but for a single person what you pay is a lot and you really don't get much for free.
Not great plans available to the students. I had to go to certain hospitals to get care. Not a lot of flexibliity