...corporate front, Dorsey advised Park Nicollet Health Services on its merger with HealthPartners in a deal announced in August. By combining, the two health care...
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A network of health insurance plans run by the customers they serve, proposed in Congress to offset opposition to a government-run system, may take a generation to pay off, even with $10 billion in s
While the pharmaceutical industry spends billions on direct marketing, monetary rewards and presents to physicians, this trend seems to be slowing as more and more states are taking note
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...dismissal of the case on the grounds that Group Health Plan and Healthpartners had ...
...by appellants, three nonprofit Minnesota health maintenance organizations, Group Health Plan, Inc., HealthPartners, Inc., and Medica (collectively "the HMOs"), against several cigarette manufacturers and affiliated...
1 PRESENTATION TO MSBA Health Law Section Friday, April 18, 2003 John H. Stout Chair, Corporate Governance Group Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. www.fredlaw.com I. INTEGRITY, OR LACK THERE
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