Open and shut case

Selvam, Ashok
November 2011
Modern Healthcare;11/28/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 48, p16
Trade Publication
The article discusses the debate whether the University of Louisville Hospital should turn over information about its planned merger with two other Kentucky hospitals under the state's open records law. It cites the aborted merger between Adventist Health System of Winter Park, Florida and Bert Fish Medical Center due to a case filed by the hospital foundation and a Florida judge's state law interpretation. University officials filed a counter lawsuit challenging the order to open its records.


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