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UW Health at ‘full throttle’ as COVID-19 surges

UW Health is at “full throttle” as it cares for a high volume of COVID-19 patients and tries not to defer other care, a hospital official said Thursday.
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Addressing Health Inequities Beyond COVID-19

COVID-19 exacerbated health inequities. As the pandemic begins to recede, these long-standing issues remain.
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Marshfield Medical Center-Minocqua opens new sleep lab

MINOCQUA – Marshfield Clinic Health System today celebrated the opening of a new state-of-the-art, 2,622-square-foot sleep lab at Marshfield Medical Center-Minocqua. The four-bed lab began seeing patients on Sept. 7 and is led...

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Twice as many Wisconsinites as normal sign up for Healthcare.gov coverage

About twice the number of Wisconsinites as usual signed up for new Healthcare.gov coverage between mid-February and mid-August this year, thanks to a special enrollment period opened in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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Permanent Medicaid telehealth rules set to roll out next year 

The state’s Medicaid program will carry forward many of the temporary telehealth provisions it put in place at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in a permanent policy that will take effect Jan. 1.  
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ThedaCare CEO warns that Fox Valley hospitals are filling up

ThedaCare CEO Dr. Imran Andrabi said Tuesday morning that his health system only had two intensive care unit beds and no medical-surgical beds available as hospitals in the area grapple with COVID-19.
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