AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack today in a Modern Healthcare op-ed highlighted the myriad ways hospitals are able to reshape and transform the nation’s health care systems by establishing and nurturing outside partnerships within their communities.

“These collaborations remain at the core to how hospitals and health systems care for patients and communities,” Pollack writes. “These partnerships happen at the local, regional and national level, and will continue to transform the future of health care.”

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