Tenet Healthcare Corporation will no longer be entering into Connecticut to acquire five hospitals, according to a statement released by Tenet and Gov. Malloy. Both sides have failed to come to an agreement and have ended negotiation talks. The news comes after Tenet and the Malloy Administration promised in January to revive the deals. Tenet has spent two years trying to make the acquisitions, which included Waterbury, St. Mary’s, Bristol, Manchester Memorial, and Rockville General hospitals. In a statement, Malloy said “the environment for both providers and state governments is complex and rapidly changing. Unfortunately, the issues that separated us simply could not be overcome.”
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