Millennials Are Different When Choosing a Health Plan

Survey uncovers significant health plan engagement levels by worker generation.

Mayo Clinic Revenue Up, Earnings Down in Q1
Mayo Clinic Revenue Up, Earnings Down in Q1

The medical nonprofit had a 10 percent rise in staffing costs for the January through March period.

Fairview, HealthEast Boards Approve Merger
Fairview, HealthEast Boards Approve Merger

The combined organization will be the Twin Cities' largest health provider.

Few Places to Hide from Rising Health Benefit Costs

Cost of employer-sponsored health benefits up 7.8 percent globally this year.

Feds Sue UnitedHealth for Allegedly Defrauding Medicare Advantage of at Least $1B
Feds Sue UnitedHealth for Allegedly Defrauding Medicare Advantage of at Least $1B

Tuesday’s suit was the second false claims case against the insurer in two weeks.

Lakeview Hospital Acquires 68-Acre Plot in Stillwater

The hospital has no current plans to develop anything on the land.

Experimental UnitedHealthcare Subsidiary Harken Health Closing Down
Experimental UnitedHealthcare Subsidiary Harken Health Closing Down

UnitedHealthcare gave $120 million to the startup insurer last year in hopes that it would survive.

Employers, Health Plans Stand Pat During ACA Repeal Tumult
Employers, Health Plans Stand Pat During ACA Repeal Tumult

Surveys find continuing commitment to employee coverage, exchanges.

Edina Passes Law Raising Age to Purchase Tobacco to 21
Edina Passes Law Raising Age to Purchase Tobacco to 21

The city hopes the ordinance will curb tobacco usage among its younger residents and set an example for other cities to follow.