Author: Sean Kirkby
Assembly Republicans sent a letter Thursday to Gov. Tony Evers saying they’d like to work with him on insurance protections for people with pre-existing conditions and adding benefits to SeniorCare, among other areas.
Disability Rights Wisconsin and others sued Thursday to invalidate state law enacted last month giving the Legislature more say over Medicaid.
A new federal requirement that hospitals post their charges online won’t help consumers, according to the state’s hospital association.
Gov. Tony Evers said Wednesday he’ll ask Attorney General Josh Kaul this week to change the state's "stance" on a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the Affordable Care Act.
Jan 10, 2019 | Top Stories |
Wisconsin Active Together, an award program for communities that promote active lifestyles, recognized fourteen communities across the state Thursday.Read More
The head of the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services said Tuesday state lawmakers should discuss medical marijuana in Wisconsin, although he predicted it wouldn't be legal in the state for years.
Gov. Tony Evers signed an executive order Tuesday directing the state’s health department to develop a plan to expand Medicaid eligibility in Wisconsin.
ProHealth Care and UW Health are expanding their clinical partnership to include heart and vascular care, the two health systems announced Tuesday.Read More