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The state of Colorado health care: Mergers and consolidation

The University of Colorado is a great example


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 Colorado is a great example of the consolidation that's been going on in the health care marketplace since the recession and the Affordable Care Act, says Richard Ziegner, Executive VP & Director of Healthcare Banking at UMB Bank.

"The market here in the Front Range used to have a very diverse hospital base: Lots of different hospitals, all independent," he says. "But since 2008-2009, the financial crisis and the Affordable Care Act, you've seen many mergers."

The University of Colorado is a great example, Ziegner says.

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