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AHIP urges court to back FTC in ProMedica case

There are 1 comment on the Modern Healthcare story from Dec 1, 2012, titled AHIP urges court to back FTC in ProMedica case. In it, Modern Healthcare reports that:

The trade group for U.S. health plans has registered its opinion in one of the hardest-fought hospital mergers in a decade, urging the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to support the Federal Trade Commission's intent to undo ProMedica's 2010 acquisition of St.

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Ryan Richardson

Toledo, OH

#1 Dec 3, 2012
Either way this case goes, St Luke's itself loses. I used to work there before the merger, and I can tell you that they have been scrambled; the management and staff have been scattered to the winds. Many top managers have went to other places across the country. SLH cannot reassemble as it was prior to the merger. I am very worried for its future, regardless of the court decision.

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