Becker's Healthcare June 6, 2023
Nick Thomas

A number of states have attempted to pass laws recently to potentially curb what legislators say is inappropriate consolidation in the healthcare industry. Other states have pushed back on such legislation.

The moves come as federal regulators are also pursuing greater oversight on proposed healthcare transactions.

Here is a roundup of such recent attempts to alter the M&A landscape at a state level rather than a federal one:

New legislation in the state is likely to “impact a large portion of healthcare-related transactions within Illinois going forward,” Lexology reported May 30. The bill has passed both state bodies.

The legislation, which would become effective Jan. 1, 2024, would deal with transactions where an out-of-state entity would generate more than $10...

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