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Practical Legal Guidance: The Myths and Facts about Clinical Integration and Other Forms of Provider Collaborations (May 2015)
With healthcare reform, providers increasingly have the view that they need to build larger multi-provider networks to have the resources and infrastructure to provide higher quality, more efficient, value-based clinical care. To do this, the concept of clinical integration often arises as a possible framework to align providers to work interdependently. At the same time, the Federal Trade Commission has been vocal in raising antitrust concerns in that healthcare reform does not provide a free pass for providers to collaborate unlawfully or to amass too much market power. Hear an overview of clinical integration and other forms of provider collaboration and practical guidance on how to navigate the antitrust landscape.
Originally presented at: Apr 2015 Health Law Conference