Datapoint: Sanford, Fairview Delay Merger

Sanford Health and Minneapolis-based health system Fairview Health Services moved to delay their planned merger to May 31, according to a report from Minnesota Public Radio. Minnesota’s Attorney General’s office has concerns about the merger, and released a statement stating that both parties “need to provide full responses to the Attorney General’s Office’s requests with sufficient time for review and analysis.” The combined system would operate 58 hospitals, and incorporate Sanford’s health insurance unit, Sanford Health Group. The payer currently enrolls 203,183 members throughout the upper Midwest.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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