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The nation's largest health insurer boosted full-year earnings guidance after topping analyst estimates.
A judge had dismissed a suit alleging false filings; other litigation continues.
The program will lower individual market premiums for 2018.
The state health insurance program receives much of the "cost-sharing reduction" money marked for elimination by the Trump administration.
The Minnetonka health insurer is ramping up competition in Minnesota.
The HMO sued after dropping its public health contract, then losing business to insurers who stepped in.
UCare has named Mark Traynor as the Minneapolis-based health insurer's permanent chief executive, a job Traynor has held on an interim basis since April.
The nation's largest health insurer said it plans to start selling coverage next year to commercial groups in Minnesota.
Ruling in California whistleblower lawsuit doesn't halt parallel case in the Twin Cities.
Individual health insurance premiums are flat or going down across most of Minnesota next year, but that won't be true in the southeast corner of the state — a region that already has the highest rates in the market.