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Advocate Aurora to build new hospital in Mount Pleasant

Advocate Aurora Health has obtained a 96-acre site in Mount Pleasant where it’s planning a $250 million project that will include a 60-bed hospital, two primary care clinics and a medical office building.
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Bellin Health no longer plans to buy Michigan hospital

Bellin Health will no longer buy Dickinson County Healthcare System in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, according to a statement released this week.
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DHS set to request 10-year extension for SeniorCare

The Department of Health Services is seeking to extend a state-run Medicaid program offering outpatient drug benefits to seniors for another decade.
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CDC: Wisconsin’s uninsured rate stays steady

Wisconsin’s uninsured rate remained virtually unchanged in 2017 compared to 2016, according to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Johnson’s ‘right to try’ bill heads to Trump

The House voted Tuesday to forward a version of a bill championed by Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson that would provide more ways for terminally ill patients to get access to experimental therapies.
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Regional HHS director defends Trump’s drug price plan

Health and Human Services Regional Director Doug O’Brien pushed back this week against criticism that President Donald Trump’s plan to reduce drug prices won’t go far enough.
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Trauma-informed care: There’s a role for everyone

by First Lady Tonette Walker Have you ever found yourself saying under your breath, “what’s wrong with that person?” It might have happened while you were at work and someone was having a meltdown or at the grocery store when...

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Schimel backs association health plan expansion

Attorney General Brad Schimel and 13 other attorneys general back a federal rule change aimed at spurring more small businesses to form association health plans, according to a recent letter.
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Supreme Court sides with Epic in arbitration case

The U.S. Supreme Court sided with Verona-based Epic in a Monday decision that limits the ability of workers to band together and file lawsuits when they have agreements to settle disputes individually with their employers.
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