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Panelists want to ensure insurance gains under ACA stay

Leaders from the state's healthcare and insurance industries weighed in on the future of the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid at a Wisconsin Health News forum Thursday.
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Experts discuss ACA alternatives and Medicaid changes

Experts weighed in on possible changes to the state's healthcare system and the federal health reform law, such as block granting Medicaid and increasing the use of health savings accounts, at a Madison forum Wednesday.
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Walker calls on Congress to vote on repealing ACA this month

Gov. Scott Walker has called for Congress to vote this month to repeal and replace the federal health reform law while allowing for a "proper amount of time" to transition people from the current program.
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ETF: First contingency met to reinstate gender identity exclusions

A temporary block on federal rules meets the first contingency to reinstate an exclusion on benefits and services based on gender identity in the health plan for state and local employees, according to the Department of Employee Trust Funds.
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Vos plans push for CBD oil, open to medical marijuana

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said Assembly Republicans will push for legislation expanding access to cannabinoid oil and indicated that he'd be open to a proposal allowing medical marijuana.
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CommonWell and Carequality reach agreement

Two national organizations, including one which counts Verona-based electronic health records vendor Epic among its implementers, have reached an agreement to aid the exchange of health information between different entities.
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