Brown’s prescription: Will latest failed merger end the university’s bid for bigger role in health care?

TRAINING DAYS: Brown University medical students Anthony Formicola, left, and Thi My Linh Tran talk while on duty on the labor and delivery floor at Care New England Health System’s Women & Infants Hospital in Providence.  / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND HEALTH SYSTEM/RYAN PICKERING
TRAINING DAYS: Brown University medical students Anthony Formicola, left, and Thi My Linh Tran talk while on duty on the labor and delivery floor at Care New England Health System’s Women & Infants Hospital in Providence. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND HEALTH SYSTEM/RYAN PICKERING
The dream, as Brown University leaders described it, included Providence’s Jewelry District filled with biotech companies spun off from discoveries made by an “integrated academic health care system” combining Lifespan Corp. and Care New England Health System, with Brown front and center as a crucial partner providing researchers and highly trained doctors. It included Brown…

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