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DHS reports 1,391 new COVID-19 cases 

Wisconsin reported 1,391 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, per state data updated Tuesday. That’s the largest number since Feb. 3, when 1,526 cases were reported. 
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Lawmakers consider slew of pharmacy bills

Wisconsin lawmakers considered a slew of pharmacy-related bills at a public hearing last week. 
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More than 300 hospitalized with COVID-19 in state

More than 300 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized in the state as of Monday, according to data from the Wisconsin Hospital Association.
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DHS outlines plan for federal mental health boost

The Department of Health Services has released a plan on how to spend nearly $50 million in additional federal funding to meet mental health and substance use needs, per a Monday statement.
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2020 Wisconsin Health News Hospital CEO Roundtable

The COVID-19 crisis has transformed how healthcare is delivered. What changes are here to stay? How are hospitals responding to inequities further exacerbated by the crisis? What does the pandemic mean for healthcare costs?

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WPS Health Insurance teams up with Auxiant for ASO product

MADISON, Wis.—July 20, 2021—WPS Health Insurance announced today that it is working with Auxiant to provide top-tier administrative services for Wisconsin employers that self-fund their group health plans. WPS Health Insurance...

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Osthelder to lead Anthem’s Medicaid plan 

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Wisconsin has named Ted Osthelder president of its Medicaid health plan, per a Monday statement.
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Healthcare.gov enrollment ticks up in Wisconsin 

More than 25,000 Wisconsinites signed up for Healthcare.gov coverage during four-and-a-half months of a special open enrollment period launched in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Republican senator seeks to block UW System COVID-19 rules

The co-chair of a legislative committee overseeing administrative rules is moving to block the University of Wisconsin System from issuing requirements related to COVID-19.
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