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OCI holds off on short-term health plan bulletin

The Office of the Commissioner of Insurance is holding off on issuing a bulletin on consumer protection requirements for short-term health plans as it participates in a national data-collecting effort.
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Report: Wisconsin caregiver shortage worsening

A caregiver shortage in Wisconsin nursing homes and assisted living providers is worsening, according to a survey released by provider associations Monday.
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Bluetree adds MyChart support to Service Center offering 

MADISON, Wis. – January 27, 2020 – Bluetree, a consulting company providing strategy, delivery, and support for healthcare providers using Epic, is adding Epic MyChart support to its Service Center capabilities to enhance...

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Exact Sciences set to acquire companies

Exact Sciences recently signed agreements to acquire two Phoenix-based medical companies, CEO Kevin Conroy said on an earnings call this week.
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Assembly health committee signs off on PBM, physician assistant bills

The Assembly Committee on Health signed off Thursday on amended versions of bills that would increase oversight of pharmacy benefit managers and overhaul state regulation of physician assistants.
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Baldwin introduces bill targeting orphan drug market exclusivity

Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., helped introduce a bipartisan bill this week aiming to close what she described as a loophole in federal law that has allowed drug companies to stifle competition.
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New unit opens at Winnebago Mental Health Institute

A new admissions unit at the Winnebago Mental Health Institute in Oshkosh opened Tuesday, part of a series of state mental health investments being implemented this year, according to a statement.
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