Health care contract change to return millions
ST. PAUL - A temporary profit cap on health care companies will mean a return of about $73 million to federal and state governments, Gov. Mark Dayton announced Tuesday.
Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson implemented the one-time voluntary 1 percent cap on profits earned in 2011 as part of state health care reforms aimed at cost savings, more transparency and better care, she said.
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