Gov. Tony Evers said Thursday that he’s directing $100 million in federal stimulus funds towards emergency medical services, home and community-based services and long-term care providers to help fill losses incurred from responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
Author: Tim Stumm
May 14, 2020 | Top Stories |
Gov. Tony Evers’ urged Wisconsin residents to continue to stay home and practice social distancing to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 after the Supreme Court struck down an extension of his safer-at-home order Wednesday.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down an extension of Gov. Tony Evers’ safer-at-home order Wednesday.Read More
More Wisconsin health systems began offering antibody testing for COVID-19 this week, with hopes that the test will provide a more complete picture of how the disease has spread across the state.
Marshfield Clinic Health System plans to open its new hospital in Minocqua by the first week of July, according to a Wednesday statement.
Nov 26, 2019 | Top Stories |
Wisconsin’s senators are asking the Department of Health and Human Services to “examine” how they’re defining “electronic health information” in a new rule.
Middle-class Wisconsin residents now spend about 10.4 percent of their total income on employer-sponsored health insurance, according to a report released Thursday by the Commonwealth Fund.
Sen. Dale Kooyenga, R-Brookfield, is spearheading legislation that would extend a licensure exemption for military physicians to include military nurses and physician assistants who come to the state as part of their official duties as members of the armed services.
Gov. Tony Evers signed off on a bill Friday that makes Wisconsin's participation in the interstate medical licensure compact permanent.