The Value of Hospital Mergers

How Patients Benefit When Hospitals Come Together


Hospitals and health systems are transforming; redesigning how they deliver care to provide patients and communities with more convenient, cost-effective and innovative services. Mergers and acquisitions are one effective means for developing coordinated systems of care that fuel innovation and drive value-based care. Realignment is a direct response to the changing needs of communities, continuous financial pressures to reduce costs and the ever-present drive to improve quality for patients

Hospital mergers open doors to:

  • Advanced Quality
  • Enhanced Services
  • Maintain Access
  • Fuel Innovation

Learn more by visiting the resources below.

Related Resources

Case Studies
On September 12, 2012, Yale New Haven Hospital (YNHH) acquired the assets of the former Hospital of Saint Raphael, located within blocks of each other in New…
Case Studies
Health systems often serve as the major employer in their communities and serve as conveners of key stakeholders to leverage new strategies. SCL Health is…
Case Studies
Early in the pandemic, COVID-19 tests were shipped out of state, which lead to delays in patients receiving their results. In late March 2020, the OhioHealth…
Case Studies
Advocate Aurora Health’s scale has been a critical asset that has allowed us to successfully respond to the financial, operational and clinical challenges…
Case Studies
Responding to the Pandemic: Information, Care Expertise and Vaccines. Maintaining and Expanding Access. Fueling Innovation. Coordinating Care to Meet People…
AHA Center for Health Innovation Market Scan
Anthem and Epic are collaborating to expand bidirectional data exchange. The partnership will integrate Epic’s payer platform into Anthem’s operating system…