Datapoint: Minnesota Medicaid to Drop For-Profit Carriers

Minnesota will cease working with for-profit insurers in its Medicaid program in 2025, according to a May 28 report in the Star Tribune. The ban will impact UnitedHealthcare, the only for-profit carrier in the state’s lineup, whose contract expires at the end of this year. United currently serves just 31,125 Medicaid members in Minnesota, about 3.2% of the program.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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