Wisconsin is part of a coalition of 43 states and a territory that allege generic drug companies conspired to increase prices for 100-plus drugs, according to a Monday statement.
Author: Jack Kelly
Short-term health plans offered in Wisconsin and other states provide inadequate coverage and can lead to high out-of-pocket costs for patients with serious illnesses, according to a new report by the American Cancer Society.
New legislation would establish a scholarship program at the Marquette University School of Dentistry to get students practicing in rural areas after they graduate.
Wisconsin is doing better than the national average when it comes to being prepared for a health emergency, according to a report released Wednesday by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
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Attorney General Josh Kaul backs allowing legal marijuana-related businesses to use banks.
More funding is needed for medical research, a Wisconsin doctor testified last month in Washington D.C.
Those still enrolled in health plans that took effect after the Affordable Care Act passed but before the end of 2013 will be able to keep them through the end of next year, according to the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance.