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PRESS RELEASE: FTC Staff Provides Additional Comment and Testimony in Tennessee Opposing Mountain States’ and Wellmont’s Certificate of Public Advantage Application
PRESS RELEASE: FTC Staff Provides Supplemental Public Comment in Virginia Opposing Health Systems’ Cooperative Agreement Application
PRESS RELEASE: FTC Staff Provides Supplemental Public Comment in Tennessee Opposing Health Systems’ Certificate of Public Advantage Application
PRESS RELEASE: FTC Staff Provides Public Comment and Testimony in Tennessee Opposing Certificate of Public Advantage Application
PRESS RELEASE: FTC Staff Provides Comment and Testimony Opposing Proposed Cooperative Agreement and Merger of Hospital Systems in Southwest Virginia
PUBLIC STATEMENT: Testimony Presented by Mark Seidman, Deputy Assistant Director, Mergers IV Division, Bureau of Competition, Before the Tennessee Department of Health, Certificate of Public Advantage Hearing
PUBLIC STATEMENT: Letter From Alexis Gilman, Assistant Director, Mergers IV Division, Bureau of Competition, To John J. Dreyzehner, MD, MPH, State of Tennessee Department of Health