Hospitals supersize to build negotiating clout, manage costs and care

08/13/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Hospitals and medical systems are increasingly merging with or buying competitors, with some 20% of U.S. hospitals being likely to look for mergers within the next five to seven years, Booz & Company analysts say. The trend is fueled by efforts to manage costs and improve health care while building power for negotiations with payers.

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