Thursday, Sep 6 2018 8:47 AM full issue The Justice Department has identified some competition concerns over CVS’ acquisition of Aetna, while sources familiar with the situation say that the Cigna-Express deal could be approved without the companies having to sell off any assets. The Wall Street Journal: Justice Department Nearing Antitrust Approval Of Health Mergers Combining CVS-Aetna, Cigna-Express Scripts Bloomberg: Major Health-Industry Deals Are Said To Move Closer To Approval In other health industry news — Bloomberg: Athenahealth Ex-CEO Bush To Get $4.83 Million If Firm Is Sold This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.
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