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Workers’ comp. council approves bill

The Worker’s Compensation Advisory Council approved legislation Tuesday that doesn't include policies backed by management that aimed to curb healthcare costs in the program.
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Insurers dig into health spending increases

Health insurance CEOs named pharmaceuticals and expensive therapies as reasons for rising healthcare spending, during a Tuesday Wisconsin Health News event.
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MCW grants aim to boost health outcomes

The Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment recently awarded around $1.6 million in grants to four projects aimed at improving health outcomes in the state. The grant is providing the following amounts to the efforts: $475,347 for a project led by North Country Independent Living to change Douglas County’s behavioral health system. $399,618 to Convergence Resource […]

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