RALEIGH - Two North Carolina Health care systems have announced plans to join and create a network which will employ approximately 90,000 people and operate more than 50 hospitals.
The organizational structure would have to be worked out during upcoming negotiations, then submitted for review by the Federal Trade Commission for a ruling on whether a health care organization of that scale would limit patients’ ability to choose doctors and hospitals.
“The Attorney General’s office looks forward to receiving further information about this transaction and will be reviewing it closely to ensure that it benefits consumers,” the statement said.
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