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Worcester Medicine Publishes “The Future of Community Hospitals in Massachusetts”

The Worcester District Medical Society published “The Future of Community Hospitals in Massachusetts” by Peter Martin in the May/June 2016 edition of its quarterly publication, Worcester Medicine, discussing the ongoing trend of community hospitals and health centers into larger, higher-cost healthcare networks. Although providers, patients and payors might work together to strengthen the position of local healthcare centers, an increase in collaboration among community hospitals and other care organizations, and the lightening of regulations surrounding such collaboration, may present a more realistic option for competing with large, expensive healthcare networks in the near future.

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Peter Martin concentrates his practice on healthcare law, representing hospitals, long-term care facilities, physicians and other facilities and providers facing complex regulatory and contractual issues throughout Massachusetts and beyond. Peter’s clients include ambulatory care facilities, hospices, community health centers and home health agencies as well as social workers, counselors and psychologists.

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Peter Martin concentrates his practice on healthcare law, representing hospitals, long-term care facilities, physicians and other facilities and providers facing complex regulatory and contractual issues throughout Massachusetts and beyond. Peter’s clients include ambulatory care facilities, hospices, community health centers and home health agencies as well as social workers, counselors and psychologists.

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