HealthPartners has been making headlines in several local and national media outlets.
Study: Vitamin D ineffective in lowering blood pressure
Cardiologist Tom Kottke, MD, discusses the effects of Vitamin D on high blood pressure – or lack thereof.
March 17, 2015
New Device Could Make CPR Easier, More Effective
R.J. Frascone, MD, explains the technique of a new CPR device designed and tested in the Twin Cities: The ResQ System.
March 15, 2015
St. Cloud Times: Program dares kids to give veggies, fruits a try
Dani Berg, a health and wellness coach at HealthPartners Central Minnesota Clinic, shares more about how the yumPower program is encouraging kids to eat more fruits and vegetables.
February 20, 2015
Kare 11: BearPower boosts healthy choices in White Bear Lake Schools
Get an inside look at an elementary school using BearPower to inspire kids to eat well and be active.
February 19, 2015
Pioneer Press: Editorial: A frame on which to build health care debate
Mary Brainerd, president and CEO of HealthPartners, weighs in on a Minnesota Business Partnership report about Minnesota’s health care performances.
February 18, 2015
Star Tribune: Opinion: A paradox of well-being
Charlie Fazio, MD, and Tom Kottke, MD, from HealthPartners discuss the challenge between rising health care costs and the investments into individuals’ well-being.
February 16, 2015
Star Tribune: Twin Cities hospitals are front line in treating Bakken burn victims
William Mohr, MD, Regions Hospital Burn Center, discusses oil burns and the increased number of patients they are treating since the North Dakota oil boom.
February 15, 2015
SmartBlogs: Leading through change: Fostering collaboration to promote innovation
Shaun Frost, MD, discusses HealthPartners work to improve health, the patient experience and affordability.
February 12, 2015
Pioneer Press: Minnesota: The big problem with MNsure? Hint: It's not website glitches
HealthPartners CEO and President, Mary Brainerd, discusses MNsure challenges and its future.
February 7, 2015
Star Tribune: Hospitals across the U.S. join exodus from sugary pop
Jean Weiler, of Hudson Hospital, discusses the hospital’s decision to stop selling sugar sweetened beverages.
January 31, 2015
KSTP: ‘Pregorexia’ and ‘Mommyrexia’, a Real Problem
Andrea Zuellig, PhD, psychologist at Park Nicollet’s Melrose Center, was interviewed about eating disorders among pregnant women.
January 29, 2015
Fox 9: INVESTIGATORS: Why rush hour air can hurt your health
Steve Smalley, MD, cardiologist from Regions Hospital, weighs in on recent research that shows heart health isn’t just affected by diet and exercise; the air you breathe may be cause for concern.
January 29, 2015
KARE 11: Regions offers free clinics on car.
With seven of 10 car seats used incorrectly, Regions Hospital’s Shonette Doggett discusses car seat safety and clinics that help educate parents.
January 26, 2015
Pioneer Press: Cottage Grove native’s medical career took him to war and to the White House
Joe Upzen, a physician assistant at Regions Hospital’s Emergency Department, discusses his career at Regions – and at the White House.
January 23, 2015
KSTP: New Regions Hospital helipad moves to roof, accommodates two helicopters
Regions Hospital’s President and CEO Megan Remark shares more about the hospital’s new helipad—the first in the Twin Cities to accommodate two helicopters.
January 15, 2015
FOX: Minnesota Doctors Call Attention to Frostbite
William Mohr, MD, medical director of Regions Hospital’s Burn Center, was interviewed about preventing and treating frostbite.
January 9, 2015
WCCO: Regions: Isabella & Aiden Top List of Popular Baby Names of 2014
Regions Hospital’s Birth Center announces its most popular baby names in 2014
January 5, 2015