Healthcare provider claims that mergers boost efficiencies are drawing intense scrutiny from regulators and provoking a market challenge from payers.
The Government Accounting Office says CMS websites "lack relevant information on cost and provide limited information on key differences in quality of care, which hinders consumers' ability to make meaningful distinctions among providers based on their performance."
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