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Not so long ago, providers could claim that healthcare mergers and acquisitions would save consumers money, improve care, and streamline services by eliminating redundancies.
Over the past few years, however, a number of studies—and a growing sophistication in media coverage—have shown that most of these claims are not panning out and that bigger is not always better for care quality, convenience, or cost, for patients.
In the latest HealthLeaders Intelligence Report, learn more about how healthcare leaders envision the current and future state of M&A, including focuses on:
The impact that economic uncertainty is having on M&A plans