Thirteen Wisconsin schools were among the 461 nationwide recognized as “America’s Healthiest Schools” last week by a children’s health advocacy organization.
Author: Jack Kelly
The United States Department of Agriculture has committed $150,000 to Menominee County to create a mobile crisis facility to combat opioid misuse.
Medical schools are looking to fundraise and promote loan forgiveness programs to address their students' burden of debt.
Wisconsin is receiving $20.3 million from the federal government to fight the opioid epidemic, according to a Friday statement from Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis.
State health officials are looking to continue funding provided in the last budget for Family Care workers.
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.