The US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit strikes down the Ohio hospital merger as anti-competitive (ProMedica)

Continuing the Federal Trade Commission's (the FTC’s) string of wins in hospital merger cases, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (the Sixth Circuit) upheld an FTC decision ordering the largest hospital provider in the Toledo, Ohio area to divest a smaller independent community hospital acquired in 2010 due to the acquisition's likely anticompetitive effects [1]. ProMedica Health System's (ProMedica’s) purchase of St Luke's Hospital (St Luke’s) gave ProMedica a market share above 50 per

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Daniel L. Wellington, Yvonne K. Puig, Eric J. Hoffman, The US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit strikes down the Ohio hospital merger as anti-competitive (ProMedica), 22 April 2014, e-Competitions Merger Remedies, Art. N° 72319

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