The state’s Medicaid program will carry forward many of the temporary telehealth provisions it put in place at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in a permanent policy that will take effect Jan. 1.
Author: Sean Kirkby
ThedaCare CEO Dr. Imran Andrabi said Tuesday morning that his health system only had two intensive care unit beds and no medical-surgical beds available as hospitals in the area grapple with COVID-19.
The head of Senate Republicans rebuked Gov. Tony Evers’ administration on Tuesday for requiring that state employees not vaccinated for COVID-19 get tested weekly for the virus.
State employees who are unvaccinated for COVID-19 will have to be tested weekly, Gov. Tony Evers’ administration said Tuesday.Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic is hitting children hard in Wisconsin, with Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Karen Timberlake saying that kids are now the group most frequently coming down with the virus.
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The ThriveOn Collaboration, a partnership between the Medical College of Wisconsin, Greater Milwaukee Foundation and Royal Capital Group, hopes to begin construction this fall on their hub to address social determinants of health in central city Milwaukee.
Mercyhealth will require employees who aren’t vaccinated for COVID-19 to pay a monthly fee, per a recent statement.
Wisconsin business groups are criticizing President Joe Biden’s plan to mandate that employers with more than 100 workers ensure their workforce is fully vaccinated or require unvaccinated workers to get a negative COVID-19 test weekly.
Gov. Tony Evers is providing $58.4 million to support local and tribal health departments’ response to COVID-19.