The giant HCA Healthcare hospital chain is facing major lawsuits claiming violations of federal antitrust laws.
A group of orthopedic surgeons in Sarasota, Florida is suing HCA and its surgical center alleging monopolistic behavior in the Sarasota market.
HCA also faces antitrust suits in North Carolina after it purchased a nonprofit called Mission Health.
HCA Healthcare reportedly racked up more than $50 billion in revenue in 2020 and employs 235,000 people. The chain received about $6 billion in taxpayer money for Covid relief, but after a profitable performance announced it would return the money.
Read the article written about the litigation in Medpage at the link below.
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