Principles and Guidelines for Changes in Hospital Ownership

Principles and Guidelines for Changes in Hospital OwnershipMarket forces are driving renewed interest in integration that may result in changes in the ownership or control of hospitals, such as through mergers with or acquisitions by other hospitals, the formation of integrated delivery networks or the development of accountable care organizations.

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