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Author: Tim Stumm
Sep 21, 2023 | Press Releases |
Jenny Malak, vice president of homecare operations for Agrace, has been appointed by Governor Tony Evers to serve on the Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) Wisconsin State Board of Nursing. Malak is one of eight members to serve on the Board from across the state. She will serve as one of two licensed practical/registered nurses for a term of four years.Read More
Providers who aren’t licensed medical doctors would be restricted from using certain terms in their titles or to describe or advertise their profession, under a bill spearheaded by doctor groups.
As the legislative session ramps up and lawmakers continue their work on the state budget, Wisconsin Health News talked this week with Gov. Tony Evers about his health priorities.
Last week, the Governor’s Health Equity Council released a full report detailing what can be done to address the health gaps that exist between Wisconsinites due to where they live, their income level or their race or ethnic identity.
Orthopedic and Spine Centers of Wisconsin, a new practice founded by 11 orthopedic surgeons, will begin scheduling patients at its headquarters in Madison on Feb. 20, per a statement released this week by the group.
UW Health nurses on Thursday will file an appeal of an opinion by a state commission finding that the health system is not legally required to engage in collective bargaining with the nurses’ union.