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When Paul Beaupre left his house July 3 he thought it was just a routine trip to the airport to pick up his son, Ryan. Never mind the growing storm. But Mother Nature had other plans.
The oft-litigated Affordable Care Act is again in federal court, but Wyoming health care administrators say it’s too early to know exactly how the potential striking down of the landmark health care law could affect patients.
A new strain of an ungulate disease is approaching Wyoming, and officials are implementing measures in hopes of keeping it from crossing the state line.
A shoulder’s innards seen through an arthroscope looked remarkably like underwater footage of a coral reef. Strands of shredded tissue swayed like kelp in the current of irrigation fluid being flushed through the joint to minimize blood flow. The blood vessels resembled red algae.
In an attempt to reverse a new trend of expenses outpacing revenue, St. John’s Medical Center will raise its prices 8% in fiscal year 2020, which started Monday.
The United States is getting older. The growing number of retirees and baby boomers is increasing the population’s average age, and with that comes a variety of health problems related to aging.
In a special meeting Tuesday morning, the St. John’s Medical Center Board of Trustees approved an expanded budget and size for Sage Living, the replacement for its nursing home and senior care facility.
Some health care providers are struggling to have claims processed and paid by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming so far in 2019. The insurance company attributed the slowdown in claims processing, particularly in physical and speech therapies, to kinks in a new operating system and platform.
Over the last two weeks St. John’s Medical Center told roughly 60 part-time employees that as of July, they wouldn’t accrue additional paid time off. The other news: As of 2020 they will no longer be eligible for employer-provided health insurance.
A local lawmaker is taking another swing at Medicaid expansion, which would grant health care to a swath of low-income Wyomingites. But the proposed bill is poised for an uphill battle, given that previous expansion efforts have fallen on deaf ears in the Wyoming Legislature.
A local lawmaker is taking another swing at Medicaid expansion, which would grant healthcare to a swath of low-income Wyomingites but has fallen on deaf ears at the Wyoming Legislature in recent years.