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The buyer, Haemonetics Corporation, will pay up to $17 million more later on in conjunction with additional FDA approvals and sales related to St. Paul-based Hemerus Medical’s SOLX system.
Anytime Fitness co-founder Chuck Runyon says the chain is just the beginning.
Minneapolis-based nGage Health helps doctors keep tabs on their patients.
The Destination Medical Center compares favorably with Minnesota’s other publicly funded projects.
Shirley Weis is credited with transforming Mayo Clinic during her tenure as chief administrative officer, a role in which she oversees virtually all of the organization’s business operations.
While Mayo Clinic’s request for expansion funding is being considered at the Capitol, 38 percent of Minnesota business leaders said in a recent poll that they support state funding for the project.
Sanford Health’s CEO said the company has a policy of “only going where we are invited,” and the University of Minnesota and Fairview have opted to strengthen their existing relationship rather than pursue a new one involving an ownership transfer.
A day after Attorney General Lori Swanson pressed for information at a hearing at the state Capitol, state lawmakers reportedly introduced bills that would place a moratorium on the sale of University of Minnesota hospitals to an out-of-state company.
David Kaysen, president and CEO of Minnetonka-based Uroplasty, stepped down from his roles on April 5.
An uptick in spending on medical claims among the state’s seven largest health insurers contributed to their smallest combined operating margin since 2008.
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