PBN Summit: Lifespan, CNE explore a partnership short of full merger

PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS' 2022 Spring Health Care Summit on Wednesday featured two panel discussions at the Providence Marriott Downtown in Providence. The second panel included, from left, Dr. James McDonald, interim director of the R.I. Department of Health; Dr. Claire Levesque, chief medical officer of commercial products at Tufts Health Plan; Dr. Raymond Powrie, chief clinical officer and executive chief of medicine at Care New England Health System; Dr. Matt Collins, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island chief medical officer; and Dr. Timothy Babineau, CEO and president of Lifespan Corp. At far right, PBN Editor Michael Mello moderated. PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS' 2022 Spring Health Care Summit on Wednesday featured two panel discussions at the Providence Marriott Downtown in Providence. The second panel included, from left, Dr. James McDonald, interim director of the R.I. Department of Health; Dr. Claire Levesque, chief medical officer of commercial products at Tufts Health Plan; Dr. Raymond Powrie, chief clinical officer and executive chief of medicine at Care New England Health System; Dr. Matt Collins, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island chief medical officer; and Dr. Timothy Babineau, CEO and president of Lifespan Corp. At far right, PBN Editor Michael Mello moderated. PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
PROVIDENCE – The proposed unification of Lifespan Corp. and Care New England Health System may have been rejected by the Federal Trade Commission and the R.I. Office of the Attorney General, but the two organizations are still looking to come together in a way that stops short of a full merger. Leaders from Rhode Island’s…

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