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July 3, 1997 | (Bloomberg News)
FPA Medical Management Inc. agreed to buy closely held Health Partners Inc. for $115 million in stock, a move that would give FPA physician practices in several new states, including Ohio, Kentucky and Virginia, and the District of Columbia. It would also bolster FPA's presence in New Jersey, New York and Texas, the company said. Norwalk, Conn.-based Health Partners is a physician-practice management company with a network of 418 doctors.
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September 14, 1995 | From Associated Press
The Justice Department charged doctors and hospitals in two states Wednesday with using monopoly power to block lower-priced managed health care systems from competing--in one case for almost a decade. It was the first time the agency's antitrust division filed price-fixing lawsuits accusing hospitals of scheming with doctors to ensure their own higher profits while health care costs rise. Both groups--in Danbury, Conn., and St. Joseph, Mo.--denied the charges.
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April 13, 2001 | SARAH HALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
HealthCare Partners Inc., one of the largest medical groups in Southern California, has acquired two regional physician practices groups in a bid to broaden its patient base throughout the San Fernando Valley. HealthCare Partners acquired Greater Valley Medical Group and Greater Valley Physician Associates, which will add three clinics, 55,000 patients and 68 doctors to its roster.
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May 21, 2012 | Bloomberg News
DaVita Inc., whose biggest shareholder is billionaire Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc., agreed to pay about $4.42 billion in cash and stock to acquire HealthCare Partners, continuing an international spending spree on providers of medical care. DaVita, a U.S. provider of kidney dialysis services, will pay about $3.66 billion in cash, plus 9.38 million shares of its stock, which had a value of $758 million as of May 18, for closely held HealthCare Partners, the companies said.
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June 29, 2012 | By Walter Hamilton and Andrew Tangel, Los Angeles Times
Healthcare stocks swung wildly as investors scrambled to figure out how the Supreme Court's ruling on President Obama's healthcare law would affect companies throughout the medical industry. Shares of hospitals and Medicaid providers rose on investor assumptions that the companies would gain customers — many of them able to pay their bills now that the court upheld the so-called individual mandate. Hospital chain Tenet Healthcare Corp. rose 5.4%, while Medicaid provider Molina Healthcare Inc. jumped 8.6%.
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