The Californian Government debates a bill which, if passed, would broaden the type of healthcare transactions that require California AG review and approval prior to any acquisition of or affiliation with a healthcare facility or provider

California Senate Bill (SB) 977, if passed, would broaden the type of healthcare transactions that require California Attorney General (AG) review and approval. SB 977 would require that a healthcare system, private equity group or hedge fund provide written notice to, and obtain the written consent of, the AG prior to any acquisition of or affiliation with a healthcare facility or provider. IN DEPTH The bill defines a healthcare system as an entity that includes or owns two or more hospitals in multiple counties or three or more hospitals in one county. Acquisitions include direct or indirect purchases of any manner, including but not limited to leases, transfers (including but not limited to, any arrangement, written or oral, that alters voting control of, responsibility for, or

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Mariah Lohse, Michelle Lowery, The Californian Government debates a bill which, if passed, would broaden the type of healthcare transactions that require California AG review and approval prior to any acquisition of or affiliation with a healthcare facility or provider, 19 May 2020, e-Competitions May 2020, Art. N° 95276

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