Cherry-pick the best ideas for health care

Kenneth Paulus

[Star Tribune, April 12, 2011] There are now three proposals, outlined by Minnesota's leaders, meant to chart the course for the future of health care in the state. There is good in each, but none can stand alone to improve on the current system and save $1.6 billion for the next biennium.

Positions are hardening and the road ahead is uncertain, but there remains an opportunity to solve this complex problem in a way that creates a bridge to a healthier and more economically stable future. With the willingness to compromise comes the potential for meaningful reform.

Posted on April 14, 2011 in Allina Health SystemHealth ReformleadershipStar Tribune

Share this article