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Catholic hospitals join forces with non-Catholic competitors



Catholic hospitals join forces with non-Catholic competitors



Hospitals 64(20): 44, 46, 48



Many Catholic hospitals are teaming up with nearby non-Catholic providers to develop stronger regional systems of care. Like all collaboration arrangements, these deals must survive state regulatory scrutiny as well as monitoring for antitrust violations by federal agencies. Unlike other arrangements, however, religious and philosophical issues must also be reconciled.

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