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Posted on Apr 16, 2018 (4 days ago)

Insurance Journal

Wisconsin-Based Accelerator Boosts Startups in Insurance and Beyond
Insurance Journal
The insurance industry is not the only focus of the Madison, Wisconsin-based startup accelerator, gener8tor, but insurance is its oldest and largest operational sector. Founded in 2012 by attorneys Troy Vosseller and Joe Kirgues, gener8tor seeks out ...


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Posted on Apr 19, 2018 (2 days ago)

Wisconsin Public Radio News

Walker Administration Takes Steps To Control Rising Insurance Premiums
Wisconsin Public Radio News
Our goal is simple: lower premiums, more choices (for consumers) and more stability in healthcare in Wisconsin. That's what this is all about," Walker told reporters during a press call Wednesday. The Walker administration wants to create a $200 ...
Obamacare costs could drop 5% in 2019, under plan by Wisconsin Gov. Scott WalkerMilwaukee Journal Sentinel
Walker Sees Federal Waiver for Reinsurance ProgramU.S. News & World Report
Walker Reinsurance Waiver Request Submitted to FedsMacIverInstitute
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Posted today (20 hours ago)

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Wisconsin Governor Requests Federal Waiver for Reinsurance ...
Insurance Journal
Gov. Scott Walker's administration filed a request with the federal government seeking a waiver that would allow Wisconsin to offer a $200 million reinsurance program designed to lower premiums and attract more providers to the private marketplace ...
Scott Walker's re-election strategy confirms his desperation | Views ...Wisconsin Gazette
Governor Walker: We are Getting Positive Things Done for the ...urbanmilwaukee (press release)

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ModernHealthcare.com

Wisconsin's Walker seeks federal waiver for reinsurance program ...
ModernHealthcare.com
Gov. Scott Walker's administration filed a request with the federal government seeking a waiver that would allow Wisconsin to offer a $200 million reinsurance program designed to lower premiums and attract more providers to the private marketplace ...
Wisconsin asks federal government to approve reinsurance program ...Madison.com
Governor Walker Seeks ACA Waiver To Create Reinsurance ProgramWisconsin Public Radio News
Walker seeks federal waiver for reinsurance in WisconsinNews8000.com - WKBT

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Posted today (17 hours ago)

By Nick Williams – Reporter, Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee Business Journal
Several GE Healthcare executives were in town this week as the company wrapped up a consolidation of equipment and training services into a renovated Global Training Services facility in Waukesha. Chicago-based GE Healthcare spent $12 million over the ...


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Posted on Apr 5, 2018 (15 days ago)

Wisconsin Public Radio News

To Lower Insurance Premiums, Wisconsin Gets Ready To Submit ...
Wisconsin Public Radio News
In an effort to prevent future sticker shock for those buying their own health insurance, Gov. Scott Walker hopes to shore up the Affordable Care Act, a law he and other Republicans oppose, by asking the federal government for a waiver for a ...

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Posted yesterday.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Wisconsin Supreme Court takes up challenge to legality of state's caps on medical malpractice payments
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The more than $9.5 million award paid to a Milwaukee woman who lost all four of her limbs as a result of medical malpractice will not be enough to cover all of her future healthcare costs, her attorney told the state Supreme Court on Thursday. "These ...

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Posted today (17 hours ago)

Healthcare IT News

UnityPoint Health System hit with cyberattack affecting 16000 patients
Healthcare IT News
UnityPoint Health in Wisconsin has revealed it was the target of a cyberattack that may have compromised the personal information of 16,000 patients. Staff at UnityPoint in Madison discovered Saturday that a phishing attack has jeopardized staff email ...
UnityPoint Health security breach could affect about 16000 peopleMadison.com

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Iowa: Transitional health insurance plans to remain for 2019
telegraphherald.com
DES MOINES β€” Iowa insurance officials say 38,000 Iowans who bought health insurance policies after the Affordable Care Act was passed into law but before the state insurance exchanges were set up in 2014 will get to keep those polices for another year ...

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Posted on Mar 30, 2018 (21 days ago)

Nearing 100, Wisconsin woman finds the insurance money is gone ...
Minnesota Public Radio News (blog)
[This post has been updated] Lorraine Guenther, 98, of Milwaukee, says she thought she had a deal with Minneapolis-based Thrivent Financial when a couple of insurance agents came to her Lutheran church when she was in her 60s. β€œThe men would come to ...

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