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Ascension CEO announces retirement

The head of Ascension plans to retire in December, according to a Thursday statement.
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Kaul moves to withdraw Wisconsin from ACA lawsuit

Attorney General Josh Kaul filed motions Thursday to withdraw Wisconsin from a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the Affordable Care Act.
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MTM to continue offering Medicaid non-emergency medical transportation

Missouri-based MTM will continue providing rides to medical appointments and other services for Medicaid members after the Department of Health Services rescinded its intent to award a contract to a different vendor.
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Palm touts hub-and-spoke model

Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm said Wednesday that the agency is hoping to build off former Gov. Scott Walker’s administration's work in addressing the opioid epidemic.
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Aspirus takes full ownership of Aspirus Arise

Aspirus is now the sole owner of Aspirus Arise after completing the purchase of WPS Health Solutions' ownership stake, according to a Wednesday statement.
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Republicans vote against recommending Evers’ capital budget

Republicans on the Building Commission voted against Gov. Tony Evers' capital budget Wednesday, leading the commission to not recommend the governor's proposed funding for building projects to the Joint Finance Committee, according to a statement from the governor's office.
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More counties, tribes get grants to provide medication-assisted treatment

The Department of Health Services is providing more money to help counties and tribes expand access to medication-assisted treatment for those with opioid use disorder, DHS Secretary-designee Andrea Palm announced Wednesday.
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Kaul: Increasing treatment access, prevention could curb opioid epidemic

Attorney General Josh Kaul called Tuesday for increasing access to treatment, taking action to prevent people from becoming addicted to opioids and holding drug traffickers and others accountable for their role in the opioid epidemic.
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State council to tackle health equity

A new state council will address health equity in Wisconsin under an executive order signed by Gov. Tony Evers Tuesday.
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