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Healthcare combinations. Part II: Consummating the merger

, : Healthcare combinations. Part II: Consummating the merger. Pfca Review: 2-6

As a starting point, the initiatives outlined above provide a combination strategy to build a solid operating platform for the combined entity. Every organization will take this list and define which areas it believes are critical to its merger success. That means boring deeply into some initiatives and lightly touching others. But, it will be a rare organization that does not need to pursue some of these items. These initiatives may prove to be the ante for healthcare in the years to come; the structural starting point on the path to the next round of healthcare breakthroughs.


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