Author: Tim Stumm
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.
Ascension Wisconsin said Wednesday that it plans to build a new health center in Menomonee Falls that will include a micro-hospital, the first one under a joint venture it announced earlier this year with Texas-based Emerus, a micro-hospital operator.
The Joint Finance Committee unanimously signed off on a plan Wednesday to provide $200,000 over the biennium for farmer mental health initiatives.
The Department of Health Services is working on rolling out a proposed Medicaid waiver that includes a benefit covering residential treatment for substance use disorder, according to an update submitted to lawmakers Tuesday.
May 28, 2019 | Top Stories |
The Wisconsin Medical Society is zeroing in on support for mental health providers as lawmakers negotiate a spending plan for the next biennium.