Gundersen Lutheran Joins 8 Other HMO's In Minnesota Now

A new health maintenance organization has been authorized to operate in Minnesota for the first time in 14 years.  Gundersen Lutheran Health Plan of Onalaska plans to operate in four southeastern Minnesota counties Fillmore, Houston, Olmsted and Winona. Gundersen will be the ninth HMO operating in Minnesota, which only allows nonprofit or governmental HMOs. Gundersen's HMO started in 1995 as a way for the company to finance its employees' health care. It was expanded to provide benefit plans for other area businesses and now has more than 90,000 members. It also does business in Wisconsin and Iowa.

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