Guy Boulton, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Guy Boulton

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Guy:

Advocate Aurora employee data revealed in cybersecurity breach of human resources

Some employees' personal information may have been disclosed through a phishing attack. → Read More

WEC Energy Group to buy 80% stake in Illinois wind farm for $345 million

WEC Energy will have invested more than $1.2 billion in wind farms in the Midwest once the pending purchase closes. → Read More

GE Healthcare to move as many as 250 jobs from Wisconsin

Most of the people who will be affected are in sales and marketing and will be moved to regional sales offices. → Read More

'Just don't do it': We Energies warns of dangers of #OutletChallenge on social media

We Energies has posted a video on the danagers of the #OutletChallenge. → Read More

Funding for the Citizens Utility Board, which fights for lower electric bills, could increase sharply

The Citizens Utility Board represents residential and small business customers. → Read More

Michael Best Strategies buys Milwaukee-based Bottom Line Marketing & Public Relations

The acquisition is likely to increase the consulting firm's presence in health care. → Read More

We Energies estimates that residential customers will spend 11% less on natural gas this winter

The company forecasts that the average residential customer will spend $477 this heating season compared with $535 last year. → Read More

The cost of employer-provided health insurance for a family now tops $20,000 a year

Since 2009, the cost of health insurance through an employer has increased 54%, compared with a 20% increase in inflation and 26% increase in wages. → Read More

Fresh data documents the impact that race and income have on health of Wisconsin residents

Researchers have compiled detailed information on the gaps in health and health care based on income, health insurance, race and geography. → Read More

Ascension Wisconsin to provide free medical exams, dental care Saturday at North Division High School

The event will provide free medical exams, dental care and other services, → Read More

Expanded Kathy's House will serve more families, patients receiving treatment at Medical Complex

The residence for patients being treated at Milwaukee hospitals and their families had 1,502 guests last year. → Read More

Series of inspections finds ongoing problems at Behavioral Health Division's hospital in Wauwatosa

A series of surveys, or inspections, found ongoing problems with documentation at the Behavioral Health Division's hospital in Wauwatosa. → Read More

Ascension Wisconsin partnering with for-profit company to open 'micro-hospital' in Menomonee Falls

Micro-hospitals are seen as a relatively inexpensive way for health systems to provide additional access to their patients but have been criticized as expensive urgent care clinics. → Read More

Proposed settlement would trim potential rate increases for We Energies and WPS customers

The proposed settlement addresses several key issues in the current rate cases before the Public Service Commission. → Read More

Using dental therapists in Wisconsin draws broad support, but Wisconsin Dental Association opposed

More than 50 groups, many of them across the political spectrum, support the bill to allow dental therapists to practice in Wisconsin. → Read More

About 500 GE Healthcare workers could go on strike Aug. 12

The IAM union gave the company its 10-day notice of a possible strike on Aug. 12. → Read More

Exact Sciences to buy company with diagnostic test for breast cancer for $2.8 billion

The combined companies will have revenue of $1.6 billion. → Read More

Jim Skogsbergh, former CEO of Advocate Health Care, named sole CEO of Advocate Aurora Health

Nick Turkal, the former CEO of Aurora Health Care and co-CEO of Advocate Aurora Health, will leave the health system. → Read More

Here's how a Marshfield Clinic, Gundersen Health merger might affect Wisconsin's rural health care

Consolidations of major health systems usually lead to higher costs for patients. Could this potential merger be different? → Read More

Alverno College plans to take over Columbia College of Nursing from Ascension Wisconsin

Columbia College of Nursing was founded in 1909 and has about 120 students. → Read More