A spokeswoman for Gov. Tony Evers has walked back comments the governor made during his State of the State address on removing Wisconsin from a lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act.
Author: Jack Kelly
Two Wisconsin-based companies are partnering to develop products aimed at helping healthcare providers boost their revenue and improve payment processes.
Advocate Aurora Health plans to assume full ownership of Bay Area Medical Center in Marinette later this year under an agreement announced Wednesday.
Shel Gross will retire at the end of the month after leading advocacy for Mental Health America of Wisconsin since 2000.
Gross, the organization’s director of public policy, recently reflected on his 45-year career in mental health with Wisconsin Health News.Read More
More than 67,000 uninsured Wisconsinites could buy a 2019 Affordable Care Act plan without having to pay a premium after accounting for tax credits, according to a recent analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
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The number of abortions reported in Wisconsin rose by almost 4 percent between 2016 and 2017, the first increase in eight years.
Gov. Scott Walker is planning to “take action” on bills giving the Republican-led Legislature more oversight on healthcare Friday in Green Bay, according to a statement.
Insurance premiums and deductibles eat up 10.9 percent of annual income, on average, for Wisconsin residents, according to a new report from the Commonwealth Fund. But Wisconsinites spend less than the rest of the country, which averages 12 percent.
Nearly all Medicaid claims for a medication-assisted treatment used for opioid addiction don’t require doctors to get approval from the state before prescribing, according to a report released last month.