Meet HAL, The First Pediatric Patient Simulator In MinnesotaBilled as the most advanced pediatric patient simulator, the HAL at Pediatric Home Service is one of just 20 in the world and the first in the Upper Midwest.
Increasing Number Of Uncircumcised Males Struggle To Find CareA growing number of Minnesota families are making the decision not to circumcise their baby boy, at the risk of finding less care.
In Op-Ed, Trump Trashes Dems' Medicare For All PlanPresident Donald Trump is stepping up his attack on Democrats over a health care proposal called Medicare for All, claiming it "would end Medicare as we know it and take away benefits that seniors have paid for their entire lives."
Goldman Sachs Asks 'Is Curing Patients A Sustainable Business Model?'Turning the search for medical remedies into a numbers game, analyst Salveen Richter called potential "one shot cures" a bad business decision that will hurt a company's bottom line.
How Healthcare Changes Will Affect Your EmployeesUnlike the individual enrollment period for individuals, SHOP enrollment is now open year-round for small business employees.
How Do Small Business Owners Provide For Their Own Healthcare?Small business owners can choose healthcare options within and outside the national health insurance exchange.
MNsure Board Names Sole Candidate For CEO JobMinnesota's health insurance exchange is considering a sole finalist to become its fourth leader in three years. MNsure's board of directors on Wednesday named Mark Nyquist the lone candidate to take the chief executive job permanently.
Minnesota Home Health Care Workers Push For $15 Minimum WageMinnesota's home health care workers are starting a campaign to raise their pay to $15 an hour. Thousands of unionized home care workers just got a raise on Aug. 1 to $11 an hour.
Dayton Names Panel To Study Future Of MNsure, MinnesotaCareGov. Mark Dayton has made 11 picks to a health care task force that will study MNsure and MinnesotaCare and make recommendations for their future direction.
Audit Faults MNsure For MistakesAn audit of MNsure found Minnesota's Human Services Department made multiple mistakes verifying who's eligible for which public health program. Legislative Auditor James Nobles said human services got it wrong at least 17 percent of the time. "We spent a lot of money, taken quite a bit of time now and we ought to be at a point where they can get it right -- all the time, on every case," Nobles said.
What Has The Affordable Care Act Accomplished A Year Later?With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
‘Things Are Going In The Wrong Direction’: Obama Critic At Union Depot President Barack Obama’s speech Wednesday was open to the public, but there was a limited number of tickets available.
Good Question: What Happens To Pumpkins After Halloween?Over the past month, people trying to apply for health insurance through the federal exchange encountered major problems on the healthcare.gov website. On Tuesday, President Obama addressed the situation, saying, “No one is more frustrated about that than I am.”
MNsure Lands $41M Federal Government GrantMinnesota's health insurance exchange has received a $41 million federal government grant to continue the exchange's rollout. Officials of the exchange, known as MNsure, announced the Health and Human Services grant on Thursday. MNsure had applied for $45 million.