Mass. rule increases oversight of hospital expansions

07/10/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Health officials in Massachusetts will begin reviewing proposals by larger hospitals to set up smaller in-patient clinics around the state under new rules designed to help protect community hospitals. Officials say another goal is to reduce health care spending by ensuring new clinics do not create a duplication of services and facilities.

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