|By Steve Twedt, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Specifically, the insurance department said
"Neither the department nor the public can assess adequately the Form A filing under the circumstances where
The letter, posted on the
The two parties announced plans for
While those issues have been settled, the partnership still must gain
In the letter,
In a four-page analysis, UPMC says
It also says that
"WPAHS has lost 21 percent of its admissions in just the past two years,"
"We want to ensure that, unlike UPMC's analysis that is devoid of accuracy, that we are factually correct before responding to the document."
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