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Editorial: Industry's strong players merging in age of healthcare disruption

Editorial: Industry's strong players merging in age of healthcare disruption

By Merrill Goozner  |  October 04, 2018

The prospect of another huge healthcare merger—this time involving two of Texas' more prestigious hospital systems—is the surest signal yet that even the industry's strongest players are having a difficult time navigating the rapidly shifting healthcare landscape.

Health systems' scale not linked to higher revenue

Health systems' scale not linked to higher revenue

By Alex Kacik  |  September 12, 2018

Two-thirds of the health systems analyzed in a new report saw operating income fall as revenue reduction outpaced cost-cutting. The largest for-profit systems experienced the steepest declines.

Kaiser Permanente partners with Emory Healthcare

Kaiser Permanente partners with Emory Healthcare

By Alex Kacik  |  June 13, 2018

Kaiser Permanente and Emory Healthcare will form a partnership that aims to create a fully integrated healthcare experience at Emory University Hospital Midtown and Emory St. Joseph's Hospital, the organizations announced Wednesday.

HCA may see fellow market leader in Mission Health

HCA may see fellow market leader in Mission Health

By Tara Bannow  |  April 07, 2018

While Mission Health's strong market share in North Carolina makes the system attractive for a merger, the end of the state's COPA restrictions was also likely a sweetener.

Guest commentary: Don't fear the disrupters or the disruption

Guest commentary: Don't fear the disrupters or the disruption

By Elliot Joseph  |  February 08, 2018

The healthcare industry has had its share of turmoil in recent years. But news of the Aetna/CVS Health merger in October set a new standard for disruption—and it signaled we'd see more nontraditional alliances.

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