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Bagnall to lead HSHS Wisconsin

Andrew Bagnall will serve as the president and CEO of HSHS Wisconsin, overseeing operations at the health system's six hospitals in the state.
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JFC approves release of suicide prevention funding

The Legislature's budget-writing committee on Thursday approved the release of $100,000 in suicide prevention funds focused on Wisconsin’s Hmong community.
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Physician assistants, doctors clash over bill

Physician assistants made their case for overhauling state law and regulation governing their profession while groups representing doctors in the state pushed back against the plan at a Wednesday public hearing.
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Assembly fails to override Evers’ veto of CNA bill

The Assembly failed Wednesday to override Gov. Tony Evers’ veto of a bill that would have cut the number of training hours to become a certified nursing assistant.
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Trump, Democrats spar on pre-existing condition protections

President Donald Trump said Tuesday in Milwaukee that he'd protect patients with pre-existing conditions. His comments come as his administration seeks to invalidate the Affordable Care Act and its protections.
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Medicaid dental reimbursement pilot program gets new evaluator

The Department of Health Services has brought on a new evaluator to further examine the impact of a pilot program that increased Medicaid rates for some dental services in four Wisconsin counties.
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Assembly to vote on veto override of CNA bill

The Assembly plans to vote Wednesday on overriding Gov. Tony Evers' veto of a bill that would cut the number of hours needed to become a certified nursing assistant.
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