Yale New Haven Hospital announces Tenet partnership

Yale-New Haven Hospital (file).
Yale-New Haven Hospital (file).

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Yale-New Haven Hospital has announced a partnership with Tenet Healthcare Corporation.

Tenet Healthcare Corp., a Dallas-based for-profit company and Yale-New Haven Hospital are going to be working together to create a comprehensive health care delivery network in Connecticut, with the intention of expanding into the greater Northeast region.

Using the strengths of each organization, the partnership will enhance the efficiency and coordination of health care in the region by offering clinical services to a larger area.

Under the agreement, Yale-New Haven Health System and Tenet Healthcare will remain independent of each other.

Vice Chairman of Tenet Healthcare, Keith Pitts, said in a statement “the Yale New Haven Health System has a strong reputation for innovation and shares Tenet’s intense focus on delivering high-quality, patient-centered health care, this agreement capitalizes on the respective strengths of both organizations and will enhance the clinical care – and the access to that care – in the communities we serve. The partnership will bring improved clinical technologies, increased economies of scale, and capital resources to the hospitals, ambulatory care centers and physician practices that we will become affiliated with in the future.”

Yale New Haven Health System is the largest and most comprehensive health care system in Connecticut.

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