After six years of upheaval and realignment in health care, the 2016 election has, again, left many asking “What’s next?”
The immediate answer seems certain with the coming inauguration of a president who will sign a repeal of Obamacare. The real uncertainty, the real high stakes, comes in the “when” and “how” Obamacare is replaced.
WHA members work with employers to improve employee health, increase productivity
The Wisconsin Hospital Association reached more than 2,800 employers with a direct mail piece aimed at building awareness of Wisconsin’s high-value health care. In a letter to the state’s business leaders, WHA President/CEO Eric Borgerding said it is anything but “business as usual” in Wisconsin hospitals and health systems as they focus on delivering “superior outcomes, while technology and innovation are improving care.”
New WHA/WisEye video highlights how employers and health care providers are working to make Wisconsin a healthier state
MADISON (September 2, 2016) —– Wisconsin hospitals and health systems are partnering with local employers to make health care more accessible and convenient for employees, with an even bigger goal in mind: creating healthier communities.