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Analysis: Payer’s pricing gamble is to blame, not Minnesota insurance exchange

http://www.startribune.com/business/275827561.html?page=all&prepage=1&c=y#continue Lee Schafer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune puts some context around a big payer’s decision to leave the state’s health insurance exchange, MNSure. Schafer said the decision was the result of the free market and strategic decisions PreferredOne made. PreferredOne is a small health plan that’s insuring employer groups. Schafer said that PreferredOne decided […]

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PreferredOne no longer prefers Minnesota’s state insurance exchange

PreferredOne, last year’s top-selling insurer in the Minnesota state insurance exchange, has dropped out of the exchange this year,  the Star-Tribune reports. The state’s exchange, MNsure, confirmed the news to the Star Tribune. Last year, PreferredOne offered the lowest price points and gained the most new customers, netting six in 10 consumers who purchased plans offered through […]