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Premiums declined while the enrollment grew for a fifth consecutive year.
Health care giant expects more than 400,000 enrollees in its Medicare Advantage plans.
Insurers let consumers trade broad access to doctors for lower premiums.
Enrollment is down on federal health insurance exchange.
After years of selling to health clubs and the military, the St. Louis Park-based firm turns to employers as a target audience.
A lower court in 2018 backed a state regulator's fine against the Minnetonka-based health insurer over claims violations.
Health insurer says the mistake is being corrected, no customers overpaid.
Dr. John Noseworthy is retiring at year's end after nine years running one of the state's flagship businesses.
Donations of stock and family heirlooms contributed to a $33.8 million haul last year.
The hospital's push for a statewide licensed was opposed by other hospitals.