Michigan hospitals – Who owns what

Acquisitions

Over the last four years, community hospitals throughout Michigan have been scooped up by large health-care systems that have promised significant capital improvements and pledged to continue serving indigent and low-income patients.

Whether patient costs will rise or quality will suffer are still question marks. But Michigan is heading in the same direction as many other states, where a relatively few providers own most of the health-care institutions, including nursing homes and physician practices.

A look at recent Michigan hospital acquisitions:

Affiliations/partnerships

Affiliations and partnerships among Michigan hospitals have also proceeded at a brisk pace in recent years. A look:

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eric waters
Tue, 10/30/2018 - 2:20am

How come you left out who own's Beaumont Health? Who own's Henry Ford? Why is it so much of a secret? The people that work there don't even know, why the secrecy? How high do the corporate ownership's go up the latter? Why is it white washed from the internet?