Wisconsin’s two senators plan to continue working on healthcare reform after the Senate narrowly rejected the latest measure aiming to repeal parts of Obamacare early Friday morning. The chamber voted 51-49 against the proposal, which would have eliminated the penalties for not having insurance and temporarily repealed a tax on large employers that didn’t offer […]
Author: Sean Kirkby
A bipartisan bill that would require all dental practices to preserve patient records for 10 years got a public hearing before the Assembly health committee Wednesday.
The Senate may consider a so-called "skinny repeal" of the Affordable Care Act, after the chamber rejected a repeal of parts of the law with a two-year delay Wednesday.
Access to big data and electronic health records is "revolutionizing" cancer research and care, the head of the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center said at a Wisconsin Technology Council event Tuesday.
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., cast a deciding vote to open debate on the federal healthcare bill Tuesday so lawmakers can continue working on the issue.
The Department of Employee Trust Funds is looking for another way to offer state and some local employees access to nationwide coverage options after lawmakers rejected Gov. Scott Walker's proposed changes to the state employee health plan.
UPDATED: Molina Healthcare of Wisconsin to distribute 200 personal care kits in partnership with Kingdom Builders Fellowship Center
Jul 25, 2017 | Press Releases |
WHAT: In an effort to help those in need, Molina Healthcare of Wisconsin will be giving away 200 personal care kits at the Word of Life Church parking lot in Racine this Friday, 7/28. The event is free and open to the public....Read More
The Pharmacy Examining Board has started the process to make a series of changes to state regulation governing the relationships between pharmacy technicians and pharmacists.
Twenty-three organizations representing older adults and those with disabilities are weighing in on transportation as lawmakers continue to negotiate on the state's 2017-19 state budget.