Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., helped introduce a bipartisan bill this week aiming to close what she described as a loophole in federal law that has allowed drug companies to stifle competition.
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Wisconsin has largely avoided the rural hospital closures that other states have faced. But rural hospitals and communities still face a host of challenges, hospital groups say.Read More
An Assembly committee unanimously approved a bill allowing those who are self-employed to deduct the cost of health insurance from their taxes.
A new admissions unit at the Winnebago Mental Health Institute in Oshkosh opened Tuesday, part of a series of state mental health investments being implemented this year, according to a statement.
The Assembly approved a GOP-backed bill Tuesday that would put into state law procedures for collecting, processing and storing sexual assault kits, but Democrats accused Republicans of including “poison pills” that doom the plan.
The Office of Children’s Mental Health plans to take a deeper look this year into the growing number of young adults reporting a mental illness and losing critical relationship skills, according to their annual report.
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State health officials are warning about scams associated with the novel coronavirus.
Wisconsin is trailing other states when it comes to policies aimed at reducing drug prices, a state insurance regulator said at a Wisconsin Health News event Monday.
Lawmakers are considering a plan ensuring that remote dispensing sites for pharmacies can continue operating.
A bipartisan bill would clarify that Wisconsin healthcare providers can offer discounts for patients who quickly pay their cost-sharing amounts, including copayments, coinsurance and deductibles.