Health Care/Wellness

A new advertising and social media campaign is setting out to spark greater public support around the critical need to reduce Milwaukee’s infant mortality rate.
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Wisconsin hospitals invested more than $176 million in 2013 to support training for physicians, nurses and other health care and allied professionals, according to the Wisconsin Hospital Association's annual hospital community benefit survey.
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The State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services is projecting an increase of $760 million for Medicaid over the next two years, according to the department's 2015-17 biennial budget request released earlier this week.
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Columbia St. Mary's Smart Smiles initiative has been awarded $75,000 from Seal-A-Smile, the state's largest school-based oral health program.
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Dr. Raj Rao, professor of orthopaedic surgery and neurosurgery at the Medical College of Wisconsin, has been appointed chairperson of the Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Devices Panel of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
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Washington County and Wisconsin are right in the middle of a seismic shift in the delivery of health care in America – from primary care as a loss leader for the big hospital corporations to medical homes for employees right at the work site.
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Washington County and Wisconsin are right in the middle of a seismic shift in the delivery of health care in America – from primary care as a loss leader for the big hospital corporations to medical homes for employees right at the work site.
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A new advertising and social media campaign is setting out to spark greater public support around the critical need to reduce Milwaukee’s infant mortality rate.
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Although United Way in Waukesha County fell short of its $4.75 million campaign goal last year, the organization is on the rebound with a $4.4 million goal for its 2014 campaign, according to an announcement made Wednesday.
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Representatives from the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, the Ronald McDonald House and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, along with patients and their families, gathered on Tuesday to celebrate the opening of the new Watertown Plank Road pedestrian sky bridge in Wauwatosa.
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