A unique program is helping schools manage the long-term needs of kids who were born with a heart defect.
Project Ujima and the University of Milwaukee’s Peck School of the Arts received the American Hospital Association’s Dick Davidson NOVA Award for improving community health.
Prior to 2016, there was no treatment for spinal muscular atrophy. Now a groundbreaking gene therapy is giving kids a new lease on life.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin has been on the leading edge of HIV care and prevention since 1991.
Designation highlights team’s hard work and dedication to patients with tracheostomies.
For those with life-saving transplants, rejection is a constant concern that requires regular, invasive testing to protect against. But two doctors have changed all that.
With a snap of a photo on a smartphone, a new artificial intelligence app is changing the way doctors diagnosis the world's rarest diseases.
Peggy Troy is the BizTimes Best in Business 2018 CEO of the Year.