MOORHEAD, Minn-- Eight students will be the first to graduate from a new surgical technology program at Minnesota State Community and Technical College in December.
ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Department of Human Services’s recent competitive bidding of its public health programs could save the state hundreds of millions of dollars, but prompted lawsuits and accusations of unfairness from health plans that came out on the losing end of the bid process.
BISMARCK – Supporters of a proposed ballot measure to legalize medical marijuana in North Dakota hope to start collecting petition signatures next week, the chairman of the sponsoring committee said.
DICKINSON, N.D. -- A retirement facility on the Dickinson State University campus, and previously owned by an investment arm of the bankrupt university foundation, will likely maintain services for the foreseeable future under its current management, despite multiple outstanding bills.
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FARGO -- Sanford Health employees will receive a double bonus -- its first ever -- as thanks for their efforts in achieving a very healthy bottom line.
President Barack Obama's nominee to head the Food and Drug Administration defended his ties to the pharmaceutical industry on Tuesday during a Senate committee hearing that included questions on soaring drug prices.
LONDON -- A Roche drug that can prolong the lives of some women with advanced breast cancer has been plunged back into the centre of a drug pricing row after Britain's health cost agency declared that it is still too expensive.
NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES -- In recent days, the largest U.S. managers of private prescription drug benefits have cut off at least eight pharmacies that work closely with drugmakers, intensifying scrutiny of a system that helps inflate drug prices, officials at the benefit managers told Reuters.
LONDON -- People across the world are confused about the major threat to public health posed by drug-resistant superbugs and do not know how to stop that risk growing, the World Health Organization said on Monday.
Thirty-seven critical access hospitals in the country will be getting computer tomography (CT) scanners through $14 million in donated funds. The Rural Healthcare Program of The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust is donating the funds through the next six months for the machines.
MINOT, N.D. -- A potential venture that would have united Trinity Health in Minot with Montana's Billings Clinic Regional RegionalCare has unraveled.
WASHINGTON - Two U.S. consumer groups announced the formation of a coalition with New York labor unions on Thursday to press antitrust regulators to oppose big insurance mergers that would cut the number of nationwide for-profit health insurers from five to three.