But the state's 700,000 plan participants are still advised to comparison shop when enrollment period begins Oct. 15.
Updated: October 05, 2011, - 10:42 PM
The state gets an A for palliative care in a new report.
Updated: October 05, 2011, - 12:37 AM
Diagnosed in his 50s, supported by family and friends, John Frei is adapting.
Updated: October 04, 2011, - 10:29 AM
School social worker Jeanne McGahee, 85, started a research fund after care that she said extended her life.
Updated: September 29, 2011, - 08:21 PM
A program that started in La Crosse 20 years ago changed how people plan for end-of-life care. It's now being adopted in the Twin Cities.
Updated: September 22, 2011, - 09:15 AM
Minnesota's household incomes dipped sharply, though its poverty rate remained better than the national average.
Updated: September 13, 2011, - 10:00 PM
Evolving care practices and budget pressures spurred the closings.
Updated: September 13, 2011, - 11:03 AM
Some Minnesota programs would save billions of dollars if used nationally, the AARP report said. But some of the state's scores show the need for more work.
Updated: September 08, 2011, - 01:56 PM
The state's premier information and referral service for older people and their families, the Minnesota Senior LinkAge Line, began using Internet instant messaging Thursday.
Updated: September 01, 2011, - 05:24 PM