After several years of debating whether Minnesota should pursue health reform, the 2012 elections are propelling reform forward and raising a host of policy issues that will impact patients, health care providers, insurers, and tax payers. As the state builds a new health insurance exchange to help individuals and small businesses connect with an insurance plan, significant decisions need to be made about how it will be set up and run.
Center for the Study of Politics and Governance, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, UMN, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota
Keefer, Scott; Leitz, Scott; Benson, Michelle; Kimball, Michele; Parente, Stephen; Jacobs, Lawrence.
Big Choices: Minnesota Health Reform.
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