IRS joint-venture rules make one potential partner back out

Asplund, Jon
April 1998
AHA News;04/13/98, Vol. 34 Issue 14, p4
Trade Publication
Focuses on the negative effect of the United States Internal Revenue Service guidelines on the joint ventures between for-profits and not-for-profits on the Newnan Hospital in Georgia and Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corporation. Comments from Thomas `Chip' Barron, chairman of Newnan board; Statement from Columbia spokesman Jeff Prescott; Effects of the guidelines to Tenet Healthcare Corporation.


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