Gov. Tony Evers said he’s likely to propose a “first step around medical marijuana” in his first budget.
Author: Sean Kirkby
Lawmakers heard testimony Tuesday on a Republican-led proposal enshrining into state law protections for people with pre-existing conditions if the Affordable Care Act is repealed or struck down as the result of a lawsuit by Wisconsin and other states.
Gov. Tony Evers said Tuesday he plans to pursue Medicaid expansion by appealing to rural Wisconsinites, healthcare workers and their elected officials, even though Republican leaders said they won’t back the proposal.
Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital has reached a settlement with the state after the Milwaukee hospital allegedly violated regulations on disposing hazardous pharmaceutical waste, according to a Tuesday statement.
Patients could bypass a health plan drug approval process requiring them to try cheaper alternatives before they can get medicine prescribed by their doctors under a bill being considered by lawmakers.
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Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., re-introduced two healthcare-related bills last week that didn't pass the previous Congress.
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Counties receiving state grants to improve their dementia crisis response say prevention may play the biggest role in improving capacity, according to a Department of Health Services report released last week.
The head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said the agency is working to improve a new requirement on hospitals to post their charges publicly as providers question whether it helps consumers.