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A push to value-based care may not treat all device categories the same under the proposal.
In 2019, Caitlin Block has paid as much as $552 a month to buy insulin, a drug she needs to stay alive. The 30-year-old Coon…
About 50 at New Hope facility will lose their jobs.
The new accelerator program will help small-tech firms learn how to apply for funding.
About 500 people would receive settlements from the fund for those who say they were harmed by the SynchroMed II: documents.
Device maker's product would assist in surgeries, be on market in 2 years.
Thousands of Minnesotans received the messages saying the e-mail address used to contact them had changed, but Allina is assuring patients that nothing was changed and no data were breached.
He became dedicated later in life to a little-known rosary called the Chaplet of the Seven Sorrows.
SubioMed's device uses a mechanism that makes it easier to walk in a cast or a brace, and reduce lingering pain.
$55 million plan is to turn the property into a research site for children's brain health.
Manufacturers seek answers to growth decline of promising alternative to addictive drugs.
A new class of structural heart devices is undergoing testing by Abbott Northwestern patients.
Geoff Martha needs to improve shareholder returns and grow revenue in a tough market.
Executive Vice President Geoff Martha, who led the Covidien acquisition, will succeed him.
The market has been fundamentally changed by the rise of lice that are resistant to the common over-the-counter treatments.
Blue Cross is the latest insurer in Minnesota to change insulin coverage for next year.
Device maker touts a product pipeline that includes a dual-chamber tiny pacemaker.
Jobs will be added in Minnesota to manage treatments, devices acquired in the deal for BTG.
CardioMech AS is building its team in Minnesota and plans a funding round soon for its mitral-valve repair system.
The Minneapolis-based health plan's move comes on heels of similar Medica benefit.
Carolyn Pare has led the not-for-profit health care group for 20 years.
An Ohio medical center reported a "significant" number of false positives with a Medtronic device and is working with the company on solutions.
Stents and balloons coated with the drug can remain on the market for PAD.
The insurer said it will absorb the cost of spending caps for as many as 6,500 members.
Judged tossed 5,000 cases alleging body warmers caused post-surgical infections.
Judge said plaintiffs failed to prove that the warming device caused patient infections.
The PBM says integrating medical data with prescribing data allows its program to cast a wider net.
Dr. Craig Samitt says use of contractor is an effort to rein in rising costs, unnecessary care.
Company founded by former UnitedHealth execs plans to double its locations nationally.
The company's latest results narrowly beat Wall Street expectations.
A Minneapolis firm is offering electronic-visit verification on an easy-to-use platform for home health care providers.
Hospitals see aggressive denial of coverage; insurer says that its contractor ensures best practice.
While its medical device franchise is growing at a healthy rate overall, Abbott Laboratories is working quarter by quarter to unlock the growth potential of…
The insurer defended rules that the Minnesota Hospital Association said may violate state law.
It was a baby shower unlike any other.Late last month, guests bearing baby gifts arrived at the Plymouth home of John and Kathe Hetterick, whose…
Alert says Medtronic's MiniMed device could malfunction on airplanes.
Reprise Biomedical will focus on device maker's hernia and wound-repair products.
Minnesota-made system has created long-lasting pain relief in trials.
Medtronic is warning thousands of users worldwide that the devices may contain a serious cybersecurity vulnerability allowing a malicious hacker to change drug-delivery settings.
The previously undisclosed records were filed by device makers from 1999 to April.
Experts worry that its use for blocked leg arteries is linked to patient deaths.
Seek more data to assess a rise in deaths and update product labels to reflect potential deaths, experts tell regulators after 2-day hearing.
Paclitaxel-coated variation proved troubling after a close look at trial results.
The cost of components from Mexico could soar by tens of millions a month.
NONFICTION: "Code Blue" reveals long-standing, intractable problems.
A recent study bolstered an 'ultra thin' model developed by a German device maker, but Medtronic and Boston Sci aren't convinced.
Device maker says insulin pump can reduce roller coaster of highs and lows.
Doctors and other health professionals can’t learn everything in the classroom — at least half of a student’s undergraduate medical education happens in hospitals and…
CEO calls the performance a "solid finish" to fiscal year.
Some 37,000 defibrillator reports at issue; Medtronic says doctors notified.
Microsoft has made available a security patch for operating systems, even those it doesn't support anymore, to prevent a ransomware attack.
In a first, Minnesota medical device maker CVRx presented data at an influential medical meeting over the weekend showing that its implantable Barostim Neo electric-stimulation…
An obscure firm was behind the disclosure of information.
Medical device maker cited shifting market dynamics for the move.
The rare issue may affect five Medtronic models.
Companies, including Minnesota's Medtronic, say it could be a billion-dollar industry.
Maple Grove biotech firm teams with NIH to assess how human brain cells respond to the drugs.
The device maker didn't specify the number of jobs affected in Minnesota.
The medical device maker acknowledged some key challenges ahead.
Medtronic, the leading supplier of surgical staplers, said it has confidence in its devices when used as directed.
Startup is using University of Minnesota technology to develop a balloon device to treat pulmonary hypertension.
The widely attended event looks at both the risks posed by hackers and potential for new technology to change lives.
Despite strong quarterly numbers, analysts want to see more upside going forward.
The decision includes products sold by Minnesota's Coloplast and Boston Scientific.
Many have been forced to find other locations to sterilize their products.
Startup HistoSonics raises $54M, plans to expand operations in Twin Cities.
Michigan ransomware attack is worst-case scenario for providers.
Some patients could end up paying less for monitor.
Yonder, a company started at the U, has developed an app aimed at helping kids navigate a trip to the dentist.
Agency chief disclosed the intention a week before his expected departure.
Medical firm will be based in U.K., retain operational HQ in the Twin Cities.
The Homeland Security Department, which oversees security in critical U.S. infrastructure including medical devices, issued an alert.
Eden Prairie company has clinical trials for similar products underway, and key payments at risk.
Medtronic, Edwards Lifesciences touted data showing outcomes for their systems.
Device maker employs 850 people in Minnesota.