Healthcare’s year of living dangerously? What 2018’s merger mania really means, going forward

Jan. 4, 2019

If anything could be said about 2018, it is that it was not a year of quietude, when it came to the healthcare business landscape.

Indeed, 2018 felt to many like a “year of living dangerously,” with precedent-shattering mergers and acquisitions dotting the landscape of provider organizations, payer organizations, pharmacy benefit management companies (PBMs), retail pharmacy giants, and healthcare IT vendor companies, and, most significantly, involving “interspecies” combinations involving different types of those organizations.

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