Inside Wisconsin: Measuring quality: Why health care can attract business, workers
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Inside Wisconsin: Measuring quality: Why health care can attract business, workers

Inside Wisconsin: Measuring quality: Why health care can attract business, workers

Inside Wisconsin: Measuring quality: Why health care can attract business, workers

TOM STILL | Wisconsin State Journal

Every few years someone in state government laments, “We need a better brand for Wisconsin!” Cabinet secretaries scurry about, agency communications directors scratch their heads over possible slogans, and marketing campaigns go largely unfunded.

Here’s an idea: Let’s talk about Wisconsin’s tangible business assets without making it all about tourism and cheese (as much as Badger state loyalists value both).

One such asset is quality health care, a commodity largely taken for granted inside Wisconsin and largely unknown to people and companies who may be thinking of moving or expanding here.

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