The healthcare liaisons to the Workers' Compensation Advisory Council pointed toward advances in telemedicine and efforts to curb opioid abuse Tuesday as part of their efforts to improve care for injured workers.
Author: Sean Kirkby
Healthcare organizations called on Gov. Scott Walker's administration and lawmakers to consider the impact that self-funding the health plan for state and local employees could have on Wisconsin's healthcare market.
Facility to provide expanded services and hours in 2017 Oak Creek, Wis. – Aurora Health Care today announced plans to expand health care services in Oak Creek with a $17 million new clinic at 200 E. Ryan Road. On Tuesday, the...Read More
Waukesha general dentist Dr. Gene Shoemaker receives lifetime achievement honor WEST ALLIS, WIS., Nov. 10, 2016 – Dr. Eugene (Gene) Shoemaker, a general dentist who lives and practices in Waukesha, is the 2016 Wisconsin Dental...Read More
MADISON, Wis. – November 10, 2016 – The American Cancer Society recently honored seven community volunteers from southwest Wisconsin with the 2016 Exceptional Volunteer Award in recognition of their dedicated service to the...Read More
MADISON, WIS, NOVEMBER 8, 2016–Care Wisconsin is offering a new Medicare Advantage plan for those who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. The Care Wisconsin Medicare Dual Advantage plan solves one challenge individuals...Read More
MEB creates emergency rule relating to opioid prescribing guideline Madison, WI – Today, the Department of Safety and Professional Services has taken another step in fighting opioid abuse in Wisconsin, announcing an emergency...Read More
Madison – On Monday, State Representative John Nygren (R-Marinette) released the following statement touting the positive efforts taken by the Federal Government to promote prescribing best practices: “I am proud of the...Read More