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Coalition asks lawmakers to scrap pharmacy benefit manager bill

Lawmakers should scrap a bipartisan bill increasing transparency and oversight of middlemen between pharmacists, insurance companies and drugmakers, a coalition of healthcare groups said Monday. But bill author Rep. Michael Schraa, R-Oshkosh, said that regulation around pharmacy benefit managers is needed as the industry has “gotten way out of control.”

Kaul seeks to block Trump rule allowing religious refusal of healthcare

Wisconsin joined 22 other states and municipalities in asking a court Friday to block a federal rule from taking effect next month that would protect providers who refuse to provide care based on religious beliefs or moral convictions.
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Cleveland Clinic uses Propeller Health technology in recent study

Propeller Health worked with the Cleveland Clinic on a recent study that found a reduction in healthcare use for a small group of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease that used the Madison-based company's monitoring technology, according to a recent statement.
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Republicans modify Evers’ proposed e-cigarette tax

Republican lawmakers on the Legislature’s budget-writing committee on Thursday changed Gov. Tony Evers’ plans for a tax on e-cigarettes and vaping products.
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Joint Finance Committee finishes budget work

The Republican-led Joint Finance Committee finished its work on the state’s 2019-21 budget Thursday, after rewriting many of Gov. Tony Evers’ healthcare proposals.
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