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Twin Cities hospitals face critical shortage of pain medications

Twin Cities hospitals are struggling amid a nationwide shortage to keep adequate supplies of critical care drugs, including pain meds like fentanyl and morphine that are necessary to surgery and recov... read more

ER visits rise as staffing hits shortage

But he said people coming to the ER with less urgent ailments will face longer waits ... don’t have to go to Rochester or the Twin Cities like in the past. “It’s the growing pain of going from the loc... read more

Value shopping

Consumers will face increasing pressure to comparison ... based health system with three hospitals and a health plan, developed that pair of measures. The Twin Cities health system's decade-long exper... read more

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