Last month, the Department of Public Instruction awarded more than $3 million to help school districts improve students’ mental health.Read More
Author: Ellie Borstad
Ascension Wisconsin plans to break ground later this year on a $42 million, 83,000-square-foot medical center in Sturtevant in Racine County.
Tobacco products are more aggressively promoted in stores in Latino and African-American neighborhoods than white neighborhoods in Milwaukee, according to a recent study.
Aug 8, 2018 | Press Releases |
A $47,000 matching grant from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services was received by Mayo Clinic Health System to train emergency medicine advanced practice providers in point-of-care ultrasound — a technology used to provide timely diagnoses for trauma and critical care patients. The grant is part of more than $300,000 awarded to support development of eight training sites to ensure access to quality health care in rural and underserved areas of the state.Read More
Fourteen offenders have completed a Department of Corrections’ opioid addiction treatment program, bringing the total number of graduates from the program to 58, according to a Tuesday statement.
The University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute has released a dataset detailing health, insurance coverage and demographic information for the state’s 132 legislative districts.
Business services provider Maximus has signed a $11.7 million contract with the Department of Health Services to help Medicaid beneficiaries select appropriate health plans, according to a recent statement.
The state’s chamber of commerce and an advocacy organization for Wisconsin property owners are planning to launch separate statewide association health plans, according to statements released Monday.
BloodCenter of Wisconsin will expand its organ and tissue donation services through a new partnership, according to a recent statement.