Regional News: NORTHEAST

November 2011
Modern Healthcare;11/21/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 47, p20
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This section offers news briefs related to the Northeast U.S. healthcare sector as of November 2011. Western Pennsylvania Hospital officials have announced the reopening of the emergency room and renovation of five medical-surgical floors. The Physician Policy Council of the Vermont Medical Society has been reconvened. The Connecticut physician groups, ProHealth Physicians, Connecticut Multispecialty Group and Women's Health Connecticut have formed an independent practice association (IPA).


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