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Welcome! As we usher in the new year at University Health Care, we have a lot of information to share. The UW Health Managed Care Update e-Newsletter will provide you with updates from UW Health, including news and resources for the managed care professional.
As we continue to enhance this resource throughout 2012, please feel free to share your ideas or suggestions of information you would like to see included or that is of interest to you.
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Our office has moved. Effective January 16, our administrative office building is now located at:
University Health Care, Inc.
301 South Westfield Road, Suite 320
Madison, WI 53717
Please make note of the change and share this information with the appropriate staff. Our telephone and fax numbers remain the same.
We are pleased to announce that Daniel Brzozowski has joined the Managed Care Contracting team at University Health Care. Dan's background in contract law will be a valuable asset to the UW Health contracting team. His first day was January 30.
News from UW Health
The new SwedishAmerican Regional Cancer Center will offer services such as medical oncology, chemotherapy and infusion; advanced radiation therapy and medical imaging at one convenient location. Read more
The 6,500-square-foot facility at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics already is training physicians, nurses and emergency responders in a setting that mimics operating suites, hospital rooms and trauma centers. Read more
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics is the Consumer Choice Award winner in both Madison and Janesville, according to a national survey of consumer perceptions. Read more
UW Health won a national award for a program that has reduced the number of patients who develop life-threatening blood clots. In addition to improved patient care, the program also saved UW Health an estimated $1 million. Read more