Across the country, healthcare reform is driving a new breed of business dynamics, from clinical affiliations and care-delivery partnerships to health plan and supplier contracting. Deals that would have been unthinkable, or even illegal, a decade ago are becoming increasingly common. Consider Massachusetts, which in 2012 passed a healthcare cost-containment law that emphasizes a “value-based market in which payers and providers openly compete.”

 

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