Trinity Health's MI hospitals, U of M sign deal
Trinity Health's Michigan hospitals today signed an agreement with the University of Michigan to improve and design new ways to deliver health care. The hope is to position the institutions for federal money that rewards the best coordinated systems. U-M and the 14 Trinity hospitals in Michigan first will look at seven areas: inpatient hospital capacity; complex care for the terminally ill; pediatrics; cancer; physician training and hiring; clinical research; and support services, such as computer technology.
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