100 N. Tucker Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63101
Saint Louis University School of Law
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Affordable Care Act, Antitrust, Accountable Care Organization, ACO, Health Reform, Competition Policy, Medical Home, Health Insurance, PPACA
Health reform, antitrust, hospital mergers, FTC, managed care, health economics, consumer directed health care, fragmentation, HMO, market failure
ACO, Antitrust, Shared Savings Program, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, health care, competiion, accountable care organization
Antitrust, mergers, efficiencies defense, empiricism, merger guidelines, FTC, Clayton Act
Affordable Care Act, Accountable Care Organizations, provider market concentration, Medicare Shared Savings Program, fragmentation, antitrust, integrated delivery systems, CMS, health reform, joint ventures
antitrust, hospitals, hospital mergers, nonprofit organization, Clayton Act
antitrust, physicians, FTC, U.S. Department of Justice, Health Care Competition, Managed Care
health care, hospitals, hospital mergers, antitrust, market definition, Clayton Act, FTC
antitrust, Sherman Act, collusion, market failure, health care, physicians, market failure defense, quality of care
Health care, health care reform, managed care, libertarianism, cross-subsidies, EMTALA, charity care, health economics
Hospitals, nonprofit organizations, mergers, antitrust, Clayton Act, hospital mergers, health care
health care reform, antitrust, integrated delivery systems, HMOs, FTC, vertical integration, PHOs, PPOs, physicians, hospital competition, physician cartels, provider networks, exclusion
antirust, health law, managed care, fee for service, hospital mergers, health care reform, FTC, physicians, competition policy, market failure
antitrust, efficiencies, market failure, collusion, managed care
Antitrust, health care, economics
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