As a highly consolidated, two-system market, Dayton’s healthcare sector is poised for growth as its health systems square off in new corners of the market and deploy new facilities to drive patient volume. With most Dayton physicians aligned with Kettering Health Network and Premier Health, there are innovative independent provider groups offering therapy areas such as oncology and pediatric specialties. Look for health systems to continue to branch out in specialties that differentiate them from their competitors. The payer market is unlikely to see major change given its lean toward public-sector employees and the dominance of a handful of insurers.


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