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Welcome to the Wisconsin Health Project

The Wisconsin Health Project is a new, grant-funded, non-profit organization designed to tackle the two major health care programs facing Wisconsin: a large and growing uninsured population, and double-digit increases in health care costs.

The work of the Project includes both short-term initiatives aimed at providing insurance access and lowering prescription drug costs, as well as the major long-term initiative of building consensus across traditional ideological and political divides about how to expand health insurance coverage and lower health care costs in Wisconsin.

The Project was established in September 2004 and is financed by two philanthropic Milwaukee-based organizations: The Brico Fund and The Argosy Foundation. The New Hope Project of Milwaukee serves as the fiscal agent for the Project.

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