The US DoJ sues four hospitals for an anticompetitive agreement in South-Central Michigan (Hillsdale / Branch / ProMedica / Allegiance)

Antitrust Enforcers Sue Four Hospitals For Carving Up South-Central Michigan* The Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and the Michigan Attorney General’s Office are suing four Michigan hospital systems for allegedly engaging in antitrust violations by agreeing to refrain from advertising in each other’s territories, to the detriment of patient choice and health care benefits for patients and physicians alike. The complaint in United States & Michigan v. Hillsdale

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Rosa M. Morales, The US DoJ sues four hospitals for an anticompetitive agreement in South-Central Michigan (Hillsdale / Branch / ProMedica / Allegiance), 25 June 2015, e-Competitions June 2015, Art. N° 74458

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