Health Care/Wellness

Mental health conditions affect millions of Americans, with more than 25 percent of people in any given year experiencing some kind of anxiety, depression or other condition, according to Mental Health America.
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Cancer and obesity are the top health concerns for Wisconsin residents, according to Aurora Health Care’s most recent Quarterly Health of Wisconsin Report.
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A new report from the Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA) sees multi-disciplinary teams as one way to ensure that patient care will continue to be accessible, affordable and effective, especially for those with chronic or complex diseases.
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The Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Herma Heart Center has achieved a 3-star rating from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) for pediatric congenital heart surgery outcomes. This is similar to the reporting of adult heart surgery programs and follows the same 1-, 2- and 3-star ratings.
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Online registration closes today for the 2015 Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Wellness Summit presented by BizTimes Media. The theme is “The Competitive Advantage of a Mentally Healthy Workplace.”
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Each year, about 140,000 Americans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, and more than 50,000 people die from it, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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President Barack Obama and U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell today introduced the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network, which aims to bring public and private sector actors together to build on the Affordable Care Act's efforts to improve the quality of care that patients receive.
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The theme of the 2015 Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Wellness Summit presented by BizTimes Media will be “The Competitive Advantage of a Mentally Healthy Workplace.”
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A new report by the Wisconsin Hospital Association cites the aging workforce at Wisconsin hospitals and suggests multi-disciplinary teams as a way to ensure that patient care will continue to be accessible, affordable and effective, especially for those with chronic or complex diseases.
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