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Finances Evaluated to Determine Impact of New Community Physician Division

The Milwaukee Business Journal reviewed financial reports from MCW and Froedtert Health’s first six months of the current fiscal year to determine the impact of the new Community Physicians division on the organizations’ finances. Dr. John R. Raymond, Sr., said the venture is going as anticipated.  Dr. Raymond credited expense controls with MCW posting an increase in operating income to $31.4 million for the period compared with $19.9 million the previous year.

http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2014/02/27/froedtert-medical-college-clinics.html?ana=e_du_pub&s=article_du&ed=2014-02-27&page=all

Milwaukee Business Journal, February 27, 2014

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Study Led by Dr. Beyer to Determine Impact of Urban Park on Health Outcomes

Sept. 16 - A WUWM-FM report on Milwaukee’s Urban Ecology Center cites research being conducted by Kirsten Beyer, PhD to determine how an urban park affects knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and health outcomes among neighborhood residents. The project is supported by a grant from MCW’s Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin endowment. WUWM

Bret Baier, Fox News Chief Political Anchor, to Speak at MCW’s 2014 Healthcare Dinner

Sept. 16 - Bret Baier, Chief Political Anchor on the Fox News Channel, will be the keynote speaker at MCW’s 2014 Healthcare Dinner on November 10, at the Pfister Hotel’s Grand Ballroom. The event benefits MCW’s Digestive Disease Center. Wauwatosa Now

Dr. Hargarten Discusses Advances in Handgun Technology

Sept. 16 - In a report of Wisconsin Public Radio, Dr. Stephen Hargarten discusses promising advances in which a handgun will only fire when the gun owner is wearing a watch that electronically disables a trigger lock. The technology could help address the problem of children being injured by loaded handguns. WPR

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