In Depth: How A Bill That Helped Hospitals Merge Could Cost Patients

Christopher Garmon lends expertise to Texas Standard
“I would bet anything this is what’s going to happen: The parties are going to merge here. They’re going to combine their assets in such a way that you can’t undo the merger. And then once they do that, they’ll unilaterally end their COPA, as they’re allowed to under Texas law. And then there’s nothing anyone can do about it,” Christopher Garmon, assistant professor of health care administration at the UMKC Bloch School, said. Read the full article.

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Published: Dec 8, 2020

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