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Lures put out as changes loom for hundreds of thousands of recipients.
In their second year, more enrollees forecast despite likely increase in premiums.
After years of stressful starts, enrollment had a solid early run Thursday.
More than 300,000 Minnesotans are looking for new health plans.
Employer-sponsored health plans in Minnesota are reporting a 5 percent increase in benefit costs for active employees, according to survey results released Tuesday, as small employers nationally say they are feeling more cost pressures.
Shifting premiums, out-of-pocket costs, tighter provider list are contributing to a tough open-enrollment season.
The comments came as the insurer beat profit expectations for Q3.
New plans in mix as more than 300,000 Minnesota seniors seek new coverage.
Rates for state's small employers are rising by less than in 2018.
An annual survey on employer-sponsored health insurance found continued growth in deductibles, premiums.