What do rising chronic disease rates mean for Wisconsin?

Projected total cost of chronic disease from 2016-2030 in Wisconsin is $768 billion. In 2015, 3.4 million people in Wisconsin had at least 1 chronic disease, 1.3 million had 2 or more chronic diseases. Chronic disease could cost Wisconsin $37.2 billion in medical costs and an extra $13.9 billion annually in lost employee productivity (average per year 2016-2030). WHITE PAPER: The Costly Chronic Disease Epidemic in Wisconsin
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April 22, 2016 

Wisconsin State Journal

By: Gina Dennik-Champion

Chronic disease deserves more attention this election.
The presidential candidates need to address how they will better...

Apr 22, 2016

March 29, 2016 
The Janesville Gazette
By: Arthur Taggart

There are alarming statistics on the prevalence of chronic disease in Wisconsin from The Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease....

Mar 29, 2016

The state of chronic disease in Wisconsin and what opportunities lead to better health. Click here to read PFCD's Wisconsin White Paper. 

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