State health officials are looking to continue funding provided in the last budget for Family Care workers.
Author: Jack Kelly
The Department of Health Services is requesting about $500 million more in state money for the Medicaid program in the 2019-21 biennium, according to a budget request it filed Monday.
Democrats are targeting state Sen. Leah Vukmir, the Brookfield Republican running for U.S. Senate, for her past votes on healthcare-related issues as she hits back against Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., for her response to alleged opioid overprescribing and employee retaliation at the Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Superintendent Tony Evers, the Democrat running for governor, called on Gov. Scott Walker Monday to drop the state’s lawsuit seeking to invalidate the Affordable Care Act and its pre-existing condition protections.
BloodCenter of Wisconsin is part of a $20 million grant from the federal government to launch a national career and development consortium on glycosciences.
Healthcare lobbyists previewed how November’s elections could affect their industries as well as their top legislative priorities at a Wisconsin Health News event Tuesday in Madison.Read More