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WNYC News

Mt. Sinai-Continuum to Create Largest Private Hospital System in NYC

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Two large health care providers in New York City are planning to merge into the largest private hospital system in the city.

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Mt. Sinai-Continuum Merger Clears Hurdle

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Kaiser Health News

The Mount Sinai Medical Center on Manhattan's Upper East Side and Continuum Health Partners announced Thursday that their boards of trustees have reached a tentative agreement on a possible merger.

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WNYC News

Brooklyn's Healthiest and Sickest Hospitals in Talks

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Two of Brooklyn’s largest hospitals are in early exploratory talks about joining forces.

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Hospital Looking at Different Partner for Merger Talks

Friday, June 22, 2012

Continuum Health Partners says it’s suspending merger talks with NYU Langone Medical Center and is instead considering a bid by Mount Sinai. The announcement comes just two weeks after Continuum and NYU officials announced an agreement to formally pursue a merger.

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State Money May Not Help Cost of Hospital Mergers

Sunday, December 04, 2011

Companies merge to save money in the long run. It may or may not work out that way, but in the short run, mergers invariably cost money — often a lot of money. And savings aren't guaranteed. That's a key point, as the state considers what to do with a half-dozen struggling hospitals in Brooklyn.

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