Minnesota Lawmakers Vote More Funds, Higher Wages for Home Health

Minnesota’s state senate voted this week to increase home health spending by $80 million. 

According to a Duluth News Tribune report, the home health funds would come as part of a larger, $209-million add-on to the two-year, $39 million budget that was enacted last year and would be the area with the largest spending increase among the state’s programs. 

Minnesota’s house has approved a similar bill that includes more spending. 

Among the home health funding, payments to home health providers would increase under the plan, with 80% of the funding going to higher wages, according to sources quoted in the Duluth News Tribune report. 

View the report.

Written by Elizabeth Ecker

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Elizabeth Ecker
Director of Content at Home Health Care News
Curious about all things, when not writing about senior housing topics, Liz is an avid explorer of food. She loves trying new recipes, new restaurants and new ice cream flavors. (Current favorite: Goat cheese with red cherries.)



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