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The Star Tribune reports that at least 140,000 Minnesotans are among those nationwide who have been getting notifications that their health insurance plans will soon no longer be available in the...
Minnesota set up its own health care exchange, Mnsure, which had early technical problems as well, but has since allowed about 3,800 to begin enrolling in coverage.
A study of a Medtronic device showed that it was so effective that regulators will speed the process of getting it to the patients who need it. Results of a late-stage clinical trial study of a...
The Mankato Free Press reports that the Mayo Clinic is laying off 42 medical transcriptionists at the beginning of next year. Instead, Mayo will contract with Precyse Solutions, a...
The federal government has given Minnesota another $41 million grant to continue the rollout of MNsure, the state’s new online health insurance marketplace. The new cash infusion means the...
Boston Scientific Corp. announced plans to eliminate another 1,100 to 1,500 jobs through 2015 as part of a new restructuring program. The company made the announcement through a filing with the...
The repeal or delay of the medical device tax is a top legislative priority for Representative Erik Paulsen.
Gov. Mark Dayton says the state’s health insurance exchange is off to a good start, but he thinks Minnesotans should wait a year before declaring MNsure a success or failure. Dayton tells the...
Boston Scientific is paying $30 million to settle a lawsuit over defective medical devices made in the Twin Cities. Reuters reports the implantable defibrillators were made by Guidant, an Arden...
The Twin Cities was the only major metro in the country to see its health care premium rates decrease in 2013; however its employees are contributing more than average to their plans.
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