Twenty-one states have state-based marketplaces and at least two are eyeing public insurance options.
People of color have higher rates of COVID-19 infection, hospitalization and death than whites.
Wisconsin’s work requirement for childless adults on Medicaid, initially scheduled to begin Nov. 1 and delayed until Thursday, has been postpo…
Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat who took office this year, tried to block the work requirement but the Republican-controlled Legislature kept it.
Gov.-elect Tony Evers, who has vowed to expand Medicaid and drop Wisconsin from a lawsuit to overturn the Affordable Care Act, could make several changes regarding health care, which voters identified as their top issue in this week’s election.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate's comparison of Wisconsin and Minnesota health insurance rates elicits response from governor.
Wisconsin is still waiting to see if the federal government will let it require childless adults on Medicaid to be screened for drugs and work if they are able.
With enrollment starting next week on the Affordable Care Act exchange and confusion running high because of moves to repeal the law and end i…
Gov. Scott Walker on Wednesday asked President Donald Trump’s administration to let Wisconsin become the first state to require drug screening…
The bill would make companies report spending for research and development, manufacturing, marketing and advertising on drugs for which prices increase more than 10 percent a year.
Low-income families, seniors and people with disabilities on Wisconsin’s $9 billion Medicaid program could see more premiums, co-payments, eli…
Enrollment on the Affordable Care Act exchange begins Tuesday for health insurance next year, and Wisconsin’s Office of the Commissioner of In…
Premiums and deductibles for employer health insurance have risen more slowly in Wisconsin and nationally since 2010, when the Affordable Care Act was adopted, than in previous years, a new report says.
Premiums will go up an average of 15.9 percent next year for Wisconsin health insurance plans on the Affordable Care Act exchange, according t…
Federal health officials say most consumers won’t face steep hikes because the vast majority receive tax credits to help pay premiums, they can shop around for cheaper plans and proposed rate increases are sometimes reduced when approved in the fall.
Strong majorities want Walker to set up a state health care exchange and adopt Medicaid expansion.
A recent letter writer made a persuasive but flawed political explanation about Republican rejection of federal Medicaid monies. Most of us wo…
What's more important: good health and good wages, or poor health and slightly better wages?
Lost in the partisan sniping over health care coverage in Wisconsin is the Walker administration’s 90 percent goal.
What will health insurance cost next year on the exchanges, government-run marketplaces for private insurance that open for enrollment Oct. 1 under the Affordable Care Act?
Kaiser report says only three other states are cutting lower income people from Medicaid in advance of the Affordable Care Act
As the Madison School District goes about crafting a tight 2013-14 budget, it doesn't appear there's much interest in asking teachers to pay part of their health insurance premiums.
As if our political leaders needed any more reason to just go ahead and adopt a single-payer health care system already, check out the contradictory mess flowing from Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s announcement on Medicaid last week.
The stakes are high for UW Health and Meriter Health Services, which owns Physicians Plus, especially in attracting state workers.