Gov. Tony Evers said Thursday he plans to invest around $28 million in programs to improve women's health and address infant mortality in his budget.
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The Fox Valley company aims to connect independent doctors to self-insured employers. By cutting down on administration and providing care in cheaper settings, like ambulatory surgery centers, they're able to reduce costs, CEO Curt Kubiak said.
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin filed a lawsuit Thursday asking a federal court to void laws passed by Republican lawmakers giving them more healthcare oversight before Gov. Tony Evers took office.
A group of bipartisan lawmakers re-introduced a bill Tuesday that would give family caregivers a $1,000 tax credit.
The Business Health Care Group has extended its relationship with UnitedHealthcare for three more years, according to a Monday statement.
Republicans said Tuesday a new report arguing Medicaid expansion would increase private healthcare costs shows why the state shouldn't take extra federal money to cover more through the program.
Jim Jones, a former deputy Medicaid director, has been tapped to lead the state’s program, a spokeswoman for the Department of Health Services confirmed.
The Department of Employee Trust Funds should work with the Group Insurance Board to step up oversight of the state employee health plan's reserves, the Legislative Audit Bureau recommended Friday.
Gov. Tony Evers said Monday his budget will include proposals to legalize medical marijuana and align Wisconsin's laws on cannabidiol, also known as CBD oil, with federal regulations.