MNsure CEO Leaving To Join Health Advocacy GroupAllison O'Toole served nearly three years as the chief executive of MNsure.
GOP Lawmakers Seek To Dismantle Minnesota's IT AgencyRepublicans who control the Legislature are charting major changes to how the state handles information technology.
MNsure Reaches New Enrollment Record With 116K SignupsAs one of just a dozen states still operating its own exchange, Minnesota was able to extend its open enrollment weeks longer.
Sunday Deadline Is Midnight To Sign Up For MNsureMidnight Sunday is the last chance to enroll for 2018 MNSure coverage. That coverage would kick in on Feb. 1.
Sunday Is The Last Day To Sign Up For 2018 MNsure CoverageThe deadline to sign up for health care coverage through the state is fast approaching.
Time Ticks Down For MNsure 2018 RegistrantsThe site and contact center were both scheduled to remain open until midnight.
100K Minnesotans Sign Up For Health Insurance Through MNsureGov. Mark Dayton and MNsure CEO Allison O'Toole released the new enrollment numbers Wednesday.
3,000 Calls To MNsure On 1st Day Of Open EnrollmentSpokespersons with MNsure said that 40,000 visits were logged at their website, and the plan comparison tool was visited 7,500 times.
MNsure Open Enrollment Begins Amid Federal Health ChaosOpen enrollment began Wednesday for Minnesota shoppers who buy health insurance on their own, and the head of the state's health insurance exchange says Minnesota is well-positioned to help residents sign up for coverage amid the federal confusion about health care.
It Will Be A Tale Of 2 Countries As Open Enrollment BeginsThe Trump administration's efforts to undermine the Affordable Care Act have health care advocates and insurers concerned that the open enrollment period will be one of chaos and confusion.
Minnesotans Brace For Possible Insurance ChangesMinnesotans are now bracing for how President Trump's changes to the Obama-era health care laws could impact them.
MN Health Insurance Rates To Stay Close To Same In 2018Some good news for Minnesotans who buy their own health care insurance -- premium rates for next year should be mostly unchanged.