A top Assembly Republican said Thursday the chances are "pretty slim" that the state's budget-writing committee approves Gov. Scott Walker's budget proposal to self-insure the health plan for state and some local employees
Author: Sean Kirkby
The Medical Examining Board wants a mandate for doctors to improve controlled substances prescribing habits to serve as a tool, but would not approve a resolution Wednesday saying they won't punish doctors in certain instances of noncompliance.
Gov. Scott Walker said Wednesday he hopes to work with President Donald Trump and his administration to change the state's Medicaid program.
An Assembly committee backed a proposal Wednesday allowing those with proper training to administer a device that counteracts the effects of an allergic reaction despite affordability concerns.
Truven Health Analytics, IBM Watson Health have named five Wisconsin facilities to its 2017 list of the top 100 hospitals in the U.S. The annual study was released last week.
Democratic lawmakers have introduced a bill expanding the state's family and medical leave law and establishing a program offering paid leave.
The Department of Health Services plans to re-release a request for proposal for organizations to oversee Family Care in Dane County as part of the statewide expansion of the long-term care program.
The Department of Health Services' budget director cites federal reimbursement changes as the reason why Gov. Scott Walker's budget ends an assessment on ambulatory surgical centers.
Image: Patrick Cork, administrator of the DHS Division of Care and Treatment Services, (left) and Jon Hoelter, DHS legislative liaison, (right) testify. A proposal supported by the Department of Health […]