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Eric Borgerding, CEO of the Wisconsin Hospital Association.

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Hospitals Relying on Temporary Travel Nurses

Hospitals Relying on Temporary Travel Nurses

Travel nurses work short term contracts, making significantly more than staff nurses.

Vaccines for Senior Citizens Start Soon

Vaccines for Senior Citizens Start Soon

As of January 25, people 65 and older can get vaccinated. State committee still finalizing other recommendations.

Wisconsin Announces 65 and older Adults Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine Beginning January 25
GOP Legislators Criticize State’s Vaccine Rollout

GOP Legislators Criticize State’s Vaccine Rollout

Republicans want faster, wider rollout. Evers says state needs more vaccine.

Pocan Criticizes Assembly GOP For Mask Policy

Pocan Criticizes Assembly GOP For Mask Policy

Assembly won't require masks, after Speaker Robin Vos appeared in ad encouraging mask wearing.

Vos Pandemic Plan Sets Up Political Battle

Vos Pandemic Plan Sets Up Political Battle

Speaker Robin Vos releases plan and includes provisions that strip power from the governor.

Mayo Clinic Puts Hospital Beds in Garage, Lobbies as COVID-19 Surges

Mayo Clinic Puts Hospital Beds in Garage, Lobbies as COVID-19 Surges

Its hospitals in northwestern Wisconsin at 100% capacity and overwhelmed.

Hospital Association Wants State Action on COVID-19

Hospital Association Wants State Action on COVID-19

Healthcare workers and hospitals straining under surge in hospitalizations.

What Should Next Pandemic Aid Bill Include?

What Should Next Pandemic Aid Bill Include?

State’s Democrats, Republicans disagree on who needs federal help and how much is needed.

See Wisconsin’s Hospital Usage With New Dashboard

See Wisconsin’s Hospital Usage With New Dashboard

Interactive dashboard allows public daily insight into hospital capacity.

Murphy’s Law: Why GOP Opposes Federal Medicaid Funds
Murphy’s Law

Why GOP Opposes Federal Medicaid Funds

It’s cost state taxpayers $1.1 billion. Why won’t Republicans accept the money?

Campaign Cash: Hospitals Group Pays for Capitol Clout
Campaign Cash

Hospitals Group Pays for Capitol Clout

Wisconsin Hospital Association spends millions on lobbying, campaign donations.

The State of Politics: U.S. Supreme Court Case Threatens Health Care
The State of Politics

U.S. Supreme Court Case Threatens Health Care

Wisconsin and 34 states that didn’t set up health care exchanges could lose all coverage under Obamacare.