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By cooperating rather than competing, Memorial Mission Medical Center and St. Joseph's Hospital in Asheville will cut costs and expand services, including additional clinics and outreach programs, from the $75 million in anticipated savings.
This article discusses how North Carolina Hospitals create huge partnerships. The author discusses how these large hospital partnerships impact local communities, in terms of hospital consolidation and the impact to small-town economies.
Direct contracting between doctors and hospitals allows them to assume financial risks and skirt health insurance companies, effectively cutting costs of employee medical benefits. One such example occurred between Glen Raven Mills Inc. and Alamance Regional Medical Center.