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  • CEOs respond to questions on how hospital partnership will affect 90,000 NC employees

    Gene Woods, left, CEO of Carolinas HealthCare, and Bill Roper, the CEO of UNC Health Care, discuss the two hospital systems' plans to form a joint operating company that would allow them to work together in myriad ways, from building new hospitals to negotiating with insurance companies.

CEOs respond to questions on how hospital partnership will affect 90,000 NC employees

Gene Woods, left, CEO of Carolinas HealthCare, and Bill Roper, the CEO of UNC Health Care, discuss the two hospital systems' plans to form a joint operating company that would allow them to work together in myriad ways, from building new hospitals to negotiating with insurance companies.