OTHER OPINION: HMOs
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton could be saving the state hundreds of millions with one key agreement made recently. Dayton announced the state’s four large HMOs, which administer the state’s health care plans, have agreed to cap their 2011 profits and give back excess.
Had that same agreement been in place last year, the state estimates Minnesota would have received $85 million in give-backs.
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