How well is the workers' comp. system working?


November 7, 2017
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Madison Club
5 E Wilson St, Madison, WI 53703


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How much lawmakers should change the state’s workers’ compensation program is shaping up to be a top legislative issue this fall. Business and labor groups contend that treatments are too expensive and see a fee schedule as a solution. Provider groups tell a different story. They say costs per claim are below the national average, while patient satisfaction rates remain high and workers return to the job faster than other states.


Learn more about the latest proposal, including new efforts to combat opioid abuse, at a Wisconsin Health News panel, Tuesday Nov. 7 in Madison.



• Joanne Alig, Senior Vice President of Policy and Research, Wisconsin Hospital Association

• Mark Grapentine, Senior Vice President of Government Relations, Wisconsin Medical Society

• Chris Reader, Director of Health and Human Resources Policy, Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce 


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 Hospital and Health System CEO Roundtable

October 17, 2017
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Wisconsin Club
900 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53233 

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State health system leaders will examine what's next for health reform and what should be done to contain healthcare costs at the annual Wisconsin Health News Hospital and Health System CEO Roundtable Oct. 17 in Milwaukee.


• George Kerwin, CEO, Bellin Health System

• Cathy Jacobson, CEO, Froedtert Health

• Bernie Sherry, Ministry Market Executive, Ascension Wisconsin

• Dr. Imran Andrabi, President and CEO, ThedaCare


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