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Schimel files new lawsuit over ACA tax

Wisconsin filed a new lawsuit Thursday against the federal government over an Affordable Care Act fee for health insurance providers.
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WisCaregiver Careers Program sees high demand

Thousands have registered to participate in a state program aimed at increasing the number of nurse aides, but a lack of capacity has slowed down training, according to Department of Health Services staff.
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Foxconn wants to study health benefits of Ginseng

Foxconn Health Technology Business Group has signed an agreement with the Ginseng Board of Wisconsin and Hsu’s Ginseng to develop the state’s ginseng industry and encourage study of the root's health benefits.
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Marshfield Clinic finalizes affiliation with Neillsville hospital

Marshfield Clinic Health System has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Memorial Medical Center and its clinics in Neillsville, Greenwood and Loyal, according to a Wednesday statement.
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Mahaffey talks ACA market challenges

Policymakers need to listen to consumers when it comes to fixing healthcare, according to Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative CEO Cathy Mahaffey.
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Epic CEO Faulkner promotes potential of shared global data network

Clad in a wide-brimmed scout hat and hiking boots, Epic CEO Judy Faulkner pointed to a future Tuesday where providers from across the globe could access patient data over a single network.
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U.S. Senate approves opioid bill

Wisconsin’s two senators backed a sweeping bill Monday night targeting the nation’s opioid epidemic.
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Democrats, Vukmir trade barbs on healthcare

Democrats are targeting state Sen. Leah Vukmir, the Brookfield Republican running for U.S. Senate, for her past votes on healthcare-related issues as she hits back against Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., for her response to alleged opioid overprescribing and employee retaliation at the Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
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