Detroit remains one of the more innovative healthcare markets in the United States, with major integrated delivery networks and insurers pursuing initiatives to promote quality and cost control. Health systems continue to expand to satisfy demand for convenient care and specialists, while health plans are looking to take advantage of an ever-growing Medicare Advantage sector.


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