Mercy/UIHC collaboration aimed at reducing overlap

Quinn, Timothy
July 2012
Corridor Business Journal;7/2/2012, Vol. 8 Issue 49, p13
The author comments on the partnership between the University of Iowa and the Mercy Medical Center for providing quality healthcare services at an affordable cost in the area, focus would be on providing patient oriented services and improving screening and preventive care services.


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