Stage set for $325 million relief bill’s final approvals on Thursday.
Gov. Mark Dayton on Thursday proposed 25 percent rebates on health insurance premiums to help Minnesotans affected by the state’s health insurance crisis.
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Tweaking Minnesota’s relatively new medical marijuana law isn’t in the cards this year. That was the word from the 2014 law’s Senate sponsor, Sen. Scott Dibble, DFL-Minneapolis, after Tuesday’s meeting of the Task Force on Medical Cannabis Therapeutic Research, which Dibble co-chairs. The panel heard that many doctors are proving resistant to adopting medical cannabis as a therapeuti[...]
The state of Minnesota is extending coverage into the new year for about 64,000 people who were told they would be dropped from public health insurance, mainly for failing to submit necessary paperwork.
A federal appeals court panel declined Thursday to overturn a new union for thousands of Minnesota personal care attendants who assist the disabled and elderly in home-based settings.
The possible departure of insurance leader UnitedHealth Group Inc. from Obamacare signals worsening prospects for hospitals already facing a slowdown in gains from the program. UnitedHealth said Thursday it expects to lose as much as $500 million next year selling coverage under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The company has scaled back marketing efforts for individual ACA insu[...]
MNsure tapped its interim leader Wednesday to run the health insurance exchange permanently even though she didn’t apply for the job.
Open-government advocates and state-budget watchdogs argue at least some data in health plans’ contracts should be considered public data.
State health officials are in the midst of a massive transition of residents on public health programs, shifting hundreds of thousands of low-income people to new coverage plans as the state aims to book millions of dollars in savings. The unprecedented effort is a byproduct of a competitive bid for companies to cover MinnesotaCare and Medical Assistance enrollees — the first statewide offer [...]
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