ST. PAUL—The MNsure board of directors announced Tuesday the appointment of Peter Benner as board chairman replacing Brian Beutner.
FARGO—At 7:30 a.m. on a recent Tuesday, seven professionals sat crosslegged on the floor of the back dining room at The Boiler Room. Some were in office attire, others a bit more casual, but everyone was there for the same "purpose."RELATED CONTENT
FORT THOMPSON,S.D.-Horizon Health Care, Inc. (Horizon), a rural, community-based network providing affordable, high-quality primary health care throughout 18 medical and dental clinics in South Dakota, received federal funding recently to open a community health center in Fort Thompson.
DULUTH -- Desineni Subbaram Naidu owns an academic background that reads like fine print in its density. It includes time spent working on guidance and control systems for NASA and almost 20 primary areas of teaching and research.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO—Area residents looking to get "pumped up" have a new gym to frequent.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL—The Minnesota Board of Pharmacy is warning the state's prescription drug retailers and wholesalers that drugs they bought through Minnesota Independent Cooperative may be mislabeled or adulterated.
GRAND FORKS, N.D.—Bill Rivard, 76, used to be very fast at everything he did and said--so fast "it bothered my wife," he said. "Now I have to concentrate more."RELATED CONTENT
Rural Health Care Inc., in collaboration with Avera, announced Thursday that an application to operate Avera Medical Group Kennebec Area Clinic as a Federally Qualified Health Center has been approved.
FARGO—Essentia Health will join Sanford Health on June 1 in offering medical services to the estimated 20,500 North Dakotans who may qualify for the state’s Medicaid Expansion Network.
KIMBALL, S.D. — One clinic down, another to go.RELATED CONTENT
OTSEGO, Minn.—Minnesota’s marijuana makeover was kicked into high gear Tuesday with a tour of a new cannabis-growing plant.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL -- The head of the beleaguered MNsure health insurance exchange is resigning today to accept a new job.
FARGO—Employees at Discovery Benefits are liking the company's newly completed expansion project in Fargo.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK -- As lawyers and lawmakers try to figure out the next step for the North Dakota Public Employees Retirement System budget that was left unfinished when the Legislature adjourned Wednesday, the system's executive director said it's business as usual.
FARGO—The new Sanford Medical Center will have backup generators capable of producing 8.25 megawatts of power for heating and chilling units to cool 1 million square feet.RELATED CONTENT