By Monica E. Oss When I started in the health care field, the adage was “all health care is local.” Hospitals were tied to communities, community mental health centers had catchment areas, Blues plans were organized by states, primary care was a local carriage trade—all of that has changed. Hospitals are now organized in multi-state (or at least multi-county) health systems. Community mental health centers have jumped the catchment area concept—pushing across state lines. Former Blues plans are multi-state behemoths. CVS and Walmart are building health clinics across their footprint. And, this was all before the pandemic. Now, the virtualization of health care services…
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