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Evans, Melanie
June 2011
Modern Healthcare;6/27/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 26, p26
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The article reports that a rising number of hospitals and healthcare systems are managing for-profit ancillary healthcare ventures to enhance their financial and operational advantages. These ventures are exemplified by Aurora Health Care's pharmacies and Quick Care primary care clinics and co-ownership of A2cl Services with Advocate Health Care. Others are Ascension Health's private-equity firm Oak Hill Capital Partners and Baylor Health Care System's Baylor Tom Landry Fitness Center, Med Fusion clinical laboratory and ClearPoint laboratory service.


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