Minnesota No. 1 in medical care

  • Article by: WARREN WOLFE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 10, 2012 - 6:20 AM

Most care categories were strong, a federal report said, with home health care the exception.

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wildfoxJul. 9, 12 9:37 PM

No surprise Minnesota always ranks high in the medical field. As for home care, state officials would get an eye opener if they saw the way these companies treated their patients and workers.

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bobajoulJul. 9, 1210:30 PM

Funny how all those red states who offer the way to run the whole country have crappy care. Coincidence? I think not.

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stpaulisbestJul. 9, 1210:50 PM

It's Obama's fault! .... no, oh,... wait,...um

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jrc2866Jul. 9, 1211:32 PM

Oh look hun we're another list ... oh boy

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roymercerJul. 10, 1212:15 AM

No worries. We'll all be fleeing to Mexico for higher quality care when Obamacare kicks in.

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LauralundJul. 10, 12 1:04 AM

roymercer, you do know that Mexico has a government - instituted health care system, right?

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tqbradyJul. 10, 12 7:44 AM

With Texas coming in at the bottom of this list (again), it's very fortunate for the state's more than six million uninsured that their brilliant governor has decided to turn down additional Medicaid funding and refuse to create a state-run insurance exchange. Health care in Texas is so sub-par that insurance is really unnecessary at the least and may even be life-threatening. [sarcasm intended]

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wndwmkrJul. 10, 12 7:57 AM

Always believe studies by reputable authorities. I mean the government says you are good. Guess I would look a bit deeper before I jumped to conclusions folks.

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rickbmnJul. 10, 12 8:27 AM

Ummm... Obviously missing from the article are any substantive references other than "some" details are available in the Medicare link. Well my, oh, my. Medicare is such an incredibly successful government run program, I am sure to believe anything they publish. No agenda there. Exactly what are the criteria? (Tax payer dollars wasted one of them?)

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gmamonkJul. 10, 12 8:43 AM

Maybe if Home Health would become unionized, the care would improve greatly??

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