Cooperative health maintenance organizations (HMOs) were organized after passage of the federal HMO Act of 1973 to help consumers address the problems of rising health-care costs and physician shortages. Today, health care cooperatives provide a mix of clinics, services, and insurance. Cooperative HMOs are not-for-profit providers that own medical facilities and employ medical staff, while other health care cooperatives offer insurance only.
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Cooperative Network is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the part-time position of Government Affairs Assistant for its St. Paul, Minnesota office. Candidate is responsible for providing legislative and government assistance to the Senior Government Affairs Director. Primary responsibilities include: assisting with legislative engagement on issues of importance to cooperatives...
Kristin Olson has joined Cooperative Network as the Membership Support and Education Coordinator. Bringing more than eight years of experience in agricultural communications, marketing and media relations, she will serve the organization as Membership Support and Education Coordinator – in charge of membership services, communication and educational programming. Most recently...
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