Holy Name running tests on possible merger

June 2013
njbiz;6/3/2013, p1
The article discusses merger possibilities considered by Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, New Jersey. According to Chief Executive Officer Michael Maron, if the hospital cannot stay independent then a merger with a local partner would build on the hospital's strong patient relationships. Holy Name's formation of a Medicare-piloted accountable care organization (ACO) is explored. Maron's vow to preserve the hospital's mission of providing essential services regardless of profit is cited.


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