MNsure chief Scott Leitz to step down after 18 months

MNsure Executive Director Scott Leitz is stepping down after 18 months as head of the beleaguered health care exchange.

Reports today from the AP and others say that Leitz will formally resign at a MNsure board meeting this afternoon; an interim head is expected to be named by the board.

Leitz will join a health-care think tank.

He took the job in December 2013, after the April Todd-Malmlov left in the midst of technical troubles at the exchange.

Before the MNsure job, Leitz had been an assistant commissioner of health care at the state Department of Human Services.

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