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SEIU Healthcare Minnesota members approved the new contract Monday.
It's unclear how many cancer patients lose employment because they're not ready to return to work. But studies show that just 40 percent are back at work within six months.
A Minneapolis clinic is leading the way in providing pro bono help to patients.
Goal will be less hospital care, more outpatients and same-day surgeries.
Will work requirements save money or penalize those most in need?
A troubled computer system could not send bills to some enrollees, officials say.
The NIH grant, one of the two biggest from the feds received by the university, backs work of applying medical research in real life.
As part of its effort to improve the state's response to allegations of elder abuse, the Minnesota Health Department is seeking public comments about a new computer system to handle complaints filed against senior care homes.
The proposal is supposed to increase the state's workforce, but critics say it will take health care away from the sick.
Flu Near You partnership expands the reach of state's disease monitoring.