Minn. nurses may have big role in implementing health reform

12/10/2012 | Twin Cities Daily Planet (Minneapolis/St. Paul)

Minnesota began work early to implement the Affordable Care Act, but experts say it still needs to figure out how health social service agencies can offer quality care for the lowest cost to thousands of residents who will gain insurance. Ideas being considered by the Minnesota Health Care Reform Task Force include removing regulatory barriers to allow nurses and others to work at the highest levels of their licensures.

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