Fairview’s new Behavioral Health & Well-Being program, the first of its kind at least in the Twin Cities area, boasts more direct access for employees in need to professionals, all while cutting costs long-term.
DFL Rep. Chris Eaton said she expects some kind of dedicated funding measure to pass early in the 2019 legislative session.
As thanks, the Mayo Clinic is changing its School of Medicine to feature Alix’s name.
MatrixCare staff and locations are expected to be unaffected by the deal.
The Twin Cities-area health system is teaming up with an Atlanta pharmacy service company to better help patients manage medication regimens and financing.
The deal, struck quietly last quarter, comes on the heels of another pharmacy purchase by UnitedHealth Group, as the company looks to continue its growth in the pharmacy sector.
The long-rumored deal gives Minnetonka-based UnitedHealth Group a boost in the mental health care space.
Can Minnesota play a key role in health care's future? The Medicare chief for Obama and the retired General Mills executive sure think so.
The brand-new health care investment firm closed its first fund with $115 million and used it to invest in three companies, including local insurance startup Bright Health.
The Gonda Building was in dire need of space to accommodate growing patient traffic to its hometown campus, Mayo Clinic medical professionals said.
The Center and Connective Link will be added to the Austin campus as part of a regional goal of improved offerings and system-wide inpatient services transition.
The health care institution also placed first on the state-specific “Best Hospital” lists in Minnesota, Arizona and Florida.
Dr. Farrugia will officially take over as the head of Mayo Clinic at the start of next year. Current president and CEO Dr. John Noseworthy, in the meantime, will be preparing him for the role.
The National Science Foundation sees commercialization potential in the University of Minnesota’s “synthetic incompatibility” process that can target certain mosquito populations.
The Minneapolis startup has raised $240 million and keeps growing.
Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and James Carville and Mary Matalin are on the roster for MANOVA.
The University of Minnesota’s Office for Technology Commercialization is offering the algorithm for licensing opportunities.
The deal will seek to commercialize the Preparing Heart and Mind educational app for parents of babies with heart defects.
Craig Samitt will officially join the nonprofit health insurance provider at the end of July.
The Virginia-based health care communications company is on its way to a 45 percent workforce expansion in the Twin Cities.
The summit will be titled MANOVA, a combination of Medical Alley’s initials and “nova” from the word innovation.
Richard Branson-owned Virgin Pulse and Minneapolis-based RedBrick together serve over 3,300 public companies, universities and many businesses within the Fortune Global 500.
The Minneapolis-based health plan shopping assistant has now raised more than $47 million to date.
The project is set to begin this month and will feature an emergency room expansion and new operating rooms.
The firm Town Hall Ventures was co-founded by Slavitt, David Whelan and Trevor Price, and follows Slavitt’s recent launch of a separate nonprofit that promotes healthcare policies and initiatives.
The former leader of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota discusses diversification and the future.
With new technology capable of performing their duties, transcriptionists face uncertain professional futures.
The study will be the first to approach the issue beyond direct economic effects.
Tom Lindquist, formerly with Molina Healthcare and UnitedHealthcare, has stepped into the role.
New report indicates that the physician practice acquisition trend may be plateauing.