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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WHPRMS welcomes new board members to lead efforts in 2015

True leaders are those who empower, engage and influence others. Well, be ready to be empowered in 2015! We’re pleased to announce the addition of six new members to our board of directors. This brings the WHRPMS board member total to 15. The role of this leadership group is to bring its members current knowledge […]

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HEAT program makes local healthcare legislation top of mind

You may be thinking to yourself, “I work in advertising, why do I need to know about my local legislators?” or “My boss and CEO are up to date on these issues, why should I care?” The truth is, you really should. As your local legislature continues to debate issues such as Medicaid funding, mandatory […]

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Wisconsin health headlines • January 2015

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Project YES! gets $5 million mental health grant The Department of Health Services has been awarded a five-year, $5 million federal grant to provide services and supports to young adults with, or who are at risk for, serious mental health conditions. DHS will use the funding to launch Project YES! (Youth Empowered Solutions) in Jefferson […]

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5 healthcare business and technology predictions in 2015

Let’s face it; our industry is going through major changes. We’re seeing more collaborations and partnerships, ACO developments, mobile advancements and consumer buying behavior shifts. With the holidays approaching fast, let’s take a moment to gather predictions, insights and expectations of how the healthcare industry will look from a business perspective. So, looking through my […]

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