Fairview Health, UofM Could Still Work Together With Help From State

(St. Paul, MN) — The University of Minnesota and Fairview Health Services are trying to find ways to keep working together after their partnership agreement expires in 2026. The two organizations released a joint statement yesterday saying they haven’t given up on some type of new partnership arrangement. Fairview officials announced last month that they wouldn’t renew the current agreement because the costs to the health system were unsustainable. The key to a new agreement is likely to be state support, including compensation for medical costs covered by Medicare. A task force formed by the governor is set to report on issues related to the agreement next month.

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