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A year of more and less. Number of hospital deals drops, but more facilities change hands. 1998 hospital mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, long-term leases and other partnerships



A year of more and less. Number of hospital deals drops, but more facilities change hands. 1998 hospital mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, long-term leases and other partnerships



Modern Healthcare 29(2): 48-62



1998 wasn't quite as busy a year for hospital dealmakers as 1997, but those who went shopping bought in volume. Although the number of deals decreased by almost 9%, 687 hospitals changed hands last year, according to our fifth annual tally of merger and acquisition activity.

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