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Antitrust law regulates the conduct and organization of business corporations to promote fair competition that benefits consumers. There are a number of federal and state statutes governing antitrust, which generally prohibit collusion that restrains trade, restrict mergers and acquisitions that could substantially limit competition, and prohibit the creation of monopolies and the abuse of monopoly power. In the healthcare information context, antitrust law impacts whether and how providers and insurance companies share health information or use health information exchanges.

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