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DerGurahian, Jean
October 2009
Modern Healthcare;10/19/2009, Vol. 39 Issue 42, p10
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The article reports on a collaboration formed by HealthPartners and Allina Hospitals & Clinics to implement payment agreements, care coordination and information-sharing in the northwest area of the Twin Cities market in Minneapolis. According to the organizations, the collaboration is aimed at reducing per capita spending on each patient while enhancing outcomes and patient experience. Such collaboration will affect approximately 170,000 patients in the Twin Cities metro area.


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