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The Antitrust Aspects of Health Information Sharing by Public and Private Health Insurers

Publication: BNA Health Law Reporter

The application of antitrust law to the health care market is a complex undertaking, given the privacy concerns inherent in the relationship between patients and health care providers and the unique nature of the health care market.  This policy brief examines antitrust considerations that arise in health system transformation aimed at producing greater clinical integration and greater levels of information about the quality and cost of care.

Access the full PDF article by clicking here. [Updated April 18, 2016]

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