After joining the company 18 months ago, Witty has been named president of UnitedHealth Group.
The 81-year-old actress explained what drives her to civil disobedience during an appearance at Manova Summit.
The app is an updated version of the former Health4Me app. Features include the ability to directly schedule virtual visits with physicians.
The update, which draws on the U of M’s trademark gold and red, aims to create a clearer and more unified Fairview identity and highlight Fairview’s connection to the university.
As part of the launch, Starkey has rebranded its existing onsite clinic.
Under Excel’s “Lighthouse Program,” the Minneapolis health care nonprofit will work with Florida-based Excel Medical on improving clinical workflow-focused software platforms.
Ellison and several other attorneys general are seeking to kill the Trump administration’s “final conscience rule,” which makes it easier for healthcare providers to refuse patients based on religious beliefs.
To be led by MayKao Hang, the college will house a school of social work, nursing, and professional psychology.
The clinic says it will manage data access using “rigorous long-standing institutional controls.”
The organization has brought on five industry heavyweights to help advance its “healthcare transformation initiative.”
The fast-growing Minneapolis-based startup, which has raised $440 million in four years, will expand into 13 new markets across seven states and expand product offerings in existing markets.
A Twin Cities real estate developer has taken on Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, one of the largest health insurers in the state. A hospital group has asked for state investigations into the insurer. Has Blue Cross run afoul of the law?
The $52 million expansion included a pair of two-story additions, along with a new main entry and commons space.
The new site will be Fairview’s first clinic in a mall, but it’s not the health system’s first foray into the retail space.
In a July 15 letter, MHA President and CEO Lawrence Massa says the nonprofit insurer’s policies are restricting or delaying patient’s access to medically necessary procedures.
The company says it's incurred "significant losses" in its pharmacy business.
The co-founder of MANOVA Health Summit snags an invite to Founders’ Club, a group determined that Minnesota keep its global leadership role in healthcare.
The nonprofit, which introduced the nation’s first chiropractic network more than three decades ago, will now provide access to massage therapy services.
As part of the changes, Dirk McMahon has become CEO of UnitedHealthcare, the company’s platform for health care coverage and benefits services.
Thanks to the gift from philanthropists Penny and Bill George, Mayo Clinic will establish a conceptual health center that takes a more holistic, individualized approach to women’s healthcare. Dr. Stephanie Faubion will head the center.