Health Care/Wellness

Mission Viejo, Calif.-based The Ensign Group Inc. announced today it has acquired 15 Wisconsin assisted living facilities, including several in the metropolitan Milwaukee area. The transaction was completed Saturday.
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The situation quickly could have become tragic, if not for new technology that is playing an increasing role in medicine.
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Aurora Health Care today announced that it is awarding a total of $3.4 million in grants through its Better Together Fund to 23 community organizations, colleges and universities throughout eastern Wisconsin. The funds will be used to support the development and/or expansion of community-based sexual assault and domestic violence prevention and treatment programs.
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Epic Systems Corp., Verona, has lost out on a huge, multi-year, multibillion-dollar contract to update electronic health records for the U.S. military.
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Waukesha-based GE Healthcare today announced a plan to invest more than $1 billion over five years in the development of its educational offerings to reach more than two million health care professionals worldwide by 2020.
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Christie Low used to be one of them: the (not so) few, the (usually) proud, the twentysomething Epic employees.
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It has been a rocky year, but officials for a Beloit clinic are hopeful the future allows them to build a solid foundation to continue operations.
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Nsight, the parent company of Cellcom and Nsight Teleservices, received Governor Scott Walker’s Worksite Wellness Award in the large company category from the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness.
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GE and the NFL has awarded a Medical College of Wisconsin research team a $500,000 award to advance its work to accelerate the diagnosis and improve treatment for mild traumatic brain injury.
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Propeller Health, the Madison company with a device to help people with respiratory diseases, has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for two more versions of its system that will make it available to millions more patients.
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