In 2021, individuals in Wisconsin seeking treatment for mild to moderate mental health conditions, like depression and anxiety, increased by more than 63,000 compared to 2019 — an increase of 36 percent, according to a recent report.
Author: Rachael Lallensack
Last week, hospital leaders outlined issues facing the state’s psychiatric care system, citing workforce shortages, unit closures and Medicaid reimbursement as major hurdles.
Apr 11, 2023 | Press Releases |
WPS Health Insurance introduces a new case management program for pregnant customers. Because of the strong relationship between parents’ health and their infants’ health, the maternity program is designed to support customers during and after pregnancy with the goal of improved health outcomes for parents and their infants.Read More