Insurers offering individual health plans in Wisconsin report network adequacy challenges, and those offering Healthcare.gov plans “appear only partially prepared” to meet additional reporting requirements pursued by federal regulators, according to a study released Monday.
Author: Sean Kirkby
Medicaid long-term care managed care organizations iCare and Community Care will join the Wisconsin Association of Health Plans at the start of next year.
Nearly 59,000 Wisconsinites have signed up for 2024 health insurance coverage through Healthcare.gov, according to federal data released last week.
Gov. Tony Evers vetoed a workforce-related bill Monday after Republican lawmakers scrapped his initial plan that, in part, would have created a paid family and medical leave program and provided grants to grow the ranks of healthcare workers.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison and Chicago-based GE HealthCare, which has thousands of employees in southern Wisconsin, announced a 10-year strategic collaboration Friday.