6 questions with Tim Stumm, creator/editor of Wisconsin Health News

As health care communicators, it’s always our goal to be ahead of what’s happening in our industry. We bookmark news sites, follow blogs and Twitter feeds, subscribe to newsletters and magazines. But what if it was all in one place? Bundled into one email, sent directly to you, every day, Monday through Friday. Sounds good, […]

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Your April Wisconsin health updates

Each month, WHPRMS brings you Wisconsin health and medical news headlines, plus in-depth industry leader interviews and video clips. If you have links, news or information to share, contact Trish Reed. Here are four articles worth reading: (April 2015) DHS says low-income children more likely to have fair/poor health According the Department of Health Services, […]

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Medicare now covers annual lung cancer screenings

How will you market this to your patients? Last month, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued its final decision that provides for Medicare coverage of screening for lung cancer with low dose computed tomography (LDCT). This decision advocates say will save tens of thousands of lives. It’s been a controversial issue and […]

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Health headlines worth noting

February 2015 Health care considered fastest-growing job market In January, the La Crosse Tribune covered a story about local students who explored Gunderson Health System’s “Hands on Health Day.” The students (or candidates for the fastest-growing job market in the country) toured operating rooms, intensive care, neonatal care; learned how MRIs, PET scans and CAT […]

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