Wisconsin Health Insurance for All Stages of Your Life



COVID-19 Coronavirus Response:

In order to keep everyone as safe as possible, our office will be closed to walk-ins until further notice.

We are available by phone, text and email during normal business hours to discuss your Wisconsin health insurance needs:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday.  Call or text 920-418-5483 or email us:  email Kate

We will continue to conduct one-on-one meetings in our office BY APPOINTMENT, following social distancing guidelines.

Updates will be communicated on our phone greeting, website and Facebook page.


Individual & Family
Health Insurance

Are you paying too much for your Wisconsin health insurance? Don’t have health coverage yet? Want to explore your options? We will help you review your individual or family health insurance needs and offer information and choices to guide you step-by-step to the most appropriate and affordable health care coverage.


Advantage & Medicare
Supplement Plans

Are you confused about what Medicare does and does not cover? You’re not alone! We help you put together the puzzle of Medicare health plan options to find affordable health coverage options that fit your needs, including Medicare supplements, Medicare Advantage Plans, and Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans.


Group Health
Insurance Plans

The cost of providing Wisconsin health insurance benefits for employees continues to rise, but it remains an important tool for recruiting and retaining talent for your company. We will help you navigate options available and develop a health insurance benefits programs that makes sense for your company and your employees.

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Medicare Health Plan Providers

Health Insurance Solutions & Benefits LLC is not affiliated with the Federal Medicare Program.

Individual Health Insurance Plan Providers


Wisconsin Health Insurance Alternative

Sharing Lives, Faith and Resources

For thousands of years, Christians have come together to care for each other and carry each other’s burdens. In 1993, a formalized approach to sharing healthcare burdens began with the Medi-Share program. Today, more than 25 years later, the Medi-Share program now serves more than 400,000+ members, with more than $3 billion dollars in medical bills shared and discounted since inception.



Dental insurance plans include negotiated discounts with in-network dentists, and cover routine check-ups, x-rays, and cleanings. Basic care like fillings is often covered at a higher rate than major dental treatments like root canals and dentures. We’ll help you understand the options and select affordable dental insurance.



Vision insurance is typically separate from your medical insurance and is designed to reduce your costs for routine preventive vision care such as eye exams, prescription eyeglasses and contact lenses. Elective vision correction surgery such as LASIK and PRK may be eligible for discounts in some vision insurance plans.


Health & Prescription
Discount Programs

While they are not a substitute for health insurance, medical discount health care programs can help reduce your cost for things not covered by health insurance, such as dental, vision, hearing or prescriptions. Plans provide negotiated discounts on specific services or products from participating providers.

Kate Suttner Independent Health Insurance Advisor Wisconsin Health Insurance Solutions & Benefits

Kate Suttner, Owner

Independent Wisconsin Health Insurance Advisor
Serving Individuals, Families and Businesses across Eastern Wisconsin
Medicare, Individual and Small Group Health Insurance Plans

Why work with an independent agent to choose health insurance?

  1. You pay nothing for our expert guidance. We receive a small commission that is already included in the price of every health insurance plan. It will never cost you more to work with an agent.
  2. We are highly trained and state licensed, so we can help you understand the differences between plans and how your coverage actually works.
  3. We're there for you after you enroll in health insurance. We can help you re-evaluate your coverage each year before open enrollment, or whenever you have a life change and need to update your coverage. We can also be your advocate with the insurance company when you have questions about benefits or claims.

How Is an Independent Health Insurance Agent Different from Other Insurance Agents?

There are two types of insurance agents: independent agents and captive agents.

Captive agents work exclusively for one insurance carrier and are obligated to give business only to that company. Some examples of captives include American Family Insurance, Allstate, State Farm, and Farmers Insurance. The captive agent works for the insurance company, not the customer.
As independent agents, we represent multiple insurance companies with a wide range of programs and specialties. This allows us to look at your unique situation and find the company that offers the coverage that best suits your needs at the best price.