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  • First federal no-fault insurance fraud case now in hands of Minneapolis jurors - Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Minneapolis Star TribuneFirst federal no-fault insurance fraud case now in hands of Minneapolis jurorsMinneapolis Star TribuneThe first of several federal fraud trials involving Twin Cities chiropractors accused of taking advantage of the state's no-fault auto insurance law to bilk insurance providers is now in the hands of jurors. The medical necessity of services provided ...
  • Twin Cities chiropractor convicted of $3M scheme to cheat insurance providers - Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Minneapolis Star TribuneTwin Cities chiropractor convicted of $3M scheme to cheat insurance providersMinneapolis Star TribuneIt is the first of several federal trials against Twin Cities chiropractors accused of using the state's no-fault insurance laws to bilk policy providers. Forthun's alleged patient recruiters, Abdisalan A. Hussein, 48, and Carlos P. Luna, 49, both of ...Minnesota Chiropractor and 2 'Runners' Convicted for Auto Insurance Fraud SchemeInsurance Journalall 2 news articles »
  • The ACA isn't dead yet, and consumers should tap into aid for 2018 coverage - Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Minneapolis Star TribuneThe ACA isn't dead yet, and consumers should tap into aid for 2018 coverageMinneapolis Star TribuneObamacare is not dead, as President Donald Trump declared on Monday. That's an important reality check with less than two weeks to go before Nov. 1 — the first day consumers in Minnesota and elsewhere can begin to buy health insurance on the ...and more »
  • Minneapolis chiropractor among 3 on trial in multimillion-dollar fraud scheme - Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Minneapolis chiropractor among 3 on trial in multimillion-dollar fraud schemeMinneapolis Star TribuneJury selection is underway in Minneapolis for the first of several federal fraud trials involving Twin Cities chiropractors accused of making off with millions of dollars from insurance companies through yearslong parallel schemes. Chiropractor Preston ...
  • Minnesota joining lawsuit challenging Trump move on insurance payments - Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Minneapolis Star TribuneMinnesota joining lawsuit challenging Trump move on insurance paymentsMinneapolis Star TribuneThere could be a larger impact on MinnesotaCare, a state health insurance program for lower-income residents that derives a large chunk of funding from a formula that's based on the cost-sharing reduction (CSR) payments. But state officials said Friday ...and more »
  • Dayton, consumer advocates blast Minnesota HMO for $120 million transfer - Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Minneapolis Star TribuneDayton, consumer advocates blast Minnesota HMO for $120 million transferMinneapolis Star TribuneMark Dayton and consumer advocates for transferring $120 million from its nonprofit Minnesota HMO to other operations, including a for-profit insurance unit. Medica Health Plans transferred the money this month to shore up the finances of its for ...
  • Insurance rates tick up for small businesses, dip for MNsure - Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
    Minneapolis / St. Paul Business JournalInsurance rates tick up for small businesses, dip for MNsureMinneapolis / St. Paul Business JournalMinneapolis-based UCare, meanwhile, posted the biggest rate drop of all insurers selling on MNsure. Its individual-plan rates will fall an average 13 percent. Golden Valley-based PreferredOne will lower its rates by an average 38 percent, but the ...Premiums declining, steady for plans via MNsureMinneapolis Star Tribuneall 20 news articles »
  • UnitedHealthcare goes for bigger piece of Minnesota market - Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Minneapolis Star TribuneUnitedHealthcare goes for bigger piece of Minnesota marketMinneapolis Star TribuneUnitedHealthcare's announcement on Monday follows word earlier this year that health insurance giant Aetna also would expand its presence next year in the Minnesota's insurance market through a partnership with Minneapolis-based Allina Health System.
  • 36 percent average jump for Wisconsin insurance buyers - Minneapolis Star Tribune
    36 percent average jump for Wisconsin insurance buyersMinneapolis Star TribuneMILWAUKEE — Average health insurance premiums in Wisconsin will jump 36 percent for people buying coverage through the federally run exchange, state insurance officials announced Thursday. The Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance ...and more »
  • UnitedHealth plans to sell employer coverage in Minnesota - Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
    Minneapolis / St. Paul Business JournalUnitedHealth plans to sell employer coverage in MinnesotaMinneapolis / St. Paul Business JournalUnitedHealth (NYSE: UNH) has previously managed some commercial plans for multi-state employers based here, and it sold some Medicare plans locally as well. But it hadn't participated in the broader employer-coverage market, partly because of a state ...

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