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HPUPH entrance into small group market shakes up segment of Iowa’s health insurance industry and provides small businesses with more options for employer sponsored health plans
Tony Grundhauser will be responsible for the foundation’s activities, board of directors’ meetings, and advancing the HealthPartners mission to improve health and well-being in partnership with its members, patients and community.
The health plan received the highest ranking in the region in coverage and benefits and customer service
The hospital is adding 20 beds to its on-campus mental health building.
First-of-its-kind model integrates continuous glucose monitoring data directly in electronic health record, allowing for easy access to valuable diabetes management information
Presentation at American Diabetes Association’s 81st Virtual Scientific Sessions, led by International Diabetes Center, highlights model for integrating continuous glucose monitoring data directly into electronic health record, as well as implications for clinicians
HealthPartners sees 18 percent drop in preventive sexually transmitted infection screenings in 2020
HealthPartners and Ridgeview now offering up-front pricing and single billing for services – first of its kind convenience in the Twin Cities area.
COVID-19 vaccination rates among people who are pregnant show room for improvement, according to CDC report
HealthPartners Institute researcher, who co-authored report, says more vaccine conversations are needed among people who are pregnant, especially those who are younger, Black and Hispanic
New study published in JAMA shows people with Type 2 diabetes on basal insulin benefit from real-time continuous glucose monitoring
First-ever randomized trial shows CGM is beneficial for millions of people with Type 2 diabetes on less intensive insulin regimens
HealthPartners Institute receives $3.1 million from NIH to research depression treatment among people who are pregnant
Study will explore factors that lead people who are pregnant and diagnosed with new depression to pursue treatment, as well as what impact treatment has on birth outcomes and breast feeding