Local, hands-on partnerships improve care

July 2014
Corridor Business Journal;7/7/2014, Vol. 10 Issue 50, p12
The article focuses on the collaborative approach of local independent hospital Mercy with leading health care organizations to ensure that the Iowa community could have access to the highest level of quality care. It mentions that Mercy has partnered with the University of Iowa Health Care (UIHC) in June 2012 to become a member of its University of Iowa Health Alliance.


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