Author: Ryan Voyles
Gov. Tony Evers unveiled initiatives Wednesday aimed at supporting renters and farmers and addressing food insecurity in response to COVID-19.Read More
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin CEO Peggy Troy wants policy reform to improve health outcomes for kids, describing healthcare in Milwaukee’s central city as “abysmal."
Work can play a role in helping people with mental health challenges recover, but there’s a need for more supportive employment services, the head of a Madison-based mental health nonprofit said last week in Milwaukee.Read More
Physician assistants are pushing for legislation that would make a series of changes to state law overseeing their practice, drawing concerns from doctors.
The Assembly Committee on Medicaid Reform and Oversight unanimously approved two bills Tuesday, expanding the scope of mental health clinical consultations for students and liability to providers serving those who are homeless in free and charitable clinics.
Providers called on state lawmakers Tuesday to pass a bill that would create parity between what Medicaid pays and covers for in-person and telehealth services, but insurers questioned the cost of the proposal.
Wisconsin jumped a few spots in national rankings of hospital safety, according to a report released last week by The Leapfrog Group.
A worker training program at the Department of Workforce Development could expand to include personal care under a motion approved by the Joint Finance Committee last week.