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Failure of 2 health insurer mergers is unlikely to stop the efforts

reed abelson | new York times | 20 july 2016 

PA healthcare expert, Bret Schroeder, is quoted in an article in The New York Times. The article explores what lies ahead for the healthcare industry if The Department of Justice blocks two pending insurer mergers as expected.

Commenting on this topic, Bret explains: While these two large mergers are the largest deals to be done historically, if they don't go through you're still going to have the same challenges.”

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Bret adds: “You'll absolutely see activity.  The insurance mergers are a direct result of the provider mergers over the last five years.”

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