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Lifespan Care New England Ielivering health uth care Better together, for a healthier Rhode Island The creation of a new Academic health system will keep healthcare decision making local. A crisis like the pandemic forces us to think of health- Individually, Lifespan and Care New England are care in new ways. Throughout the pandemic Lifespan smaller than major academic medical centers. If they and Care New England, collaborated like never before, do not merge, the danger is that one or both will need sharing information, expertise, and resources. We know the pandemic in Rhode Island would have been to merge with national for-profit hospital systems or much worse if the two local healthcare systems had not come together to help each other and the people other large systems north or south of Rhode Island, moving high-quality specialty care out of the state, eliminating choice for patients, and greatly impacting of Rhode Island. the Rhode Island economy. Scale matters in healthcare. In our small state, it is Keeping healthcare decision-making local keeps jobs hard to attract and retain the talent and the dollars and care local. That's what this merger is all about. It also fosters innovation and economic development to keep complex healthcare local. We know the healthcare market is from Boston to New Haven, with other Rhode Island academic, civic, and business not Woonsocket to Westerly. With large academic health systems to the north and south of Rhode Island building services to pull patients out of Rhode Island organizations. It's a win, win. We have seen manufacturing, financial services, and the defense industry leave the state, never to return. for care, the coming together of our two outstand- ing local systems is even more critical to sustain the extraordinary healthcare we have here today. A merger to strengthen healthcare in Rhode Island can avoid the same fate. To learn more about how this new academic health system will benefit the people of Rhode Island and to hear from our doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals go to healthierri.com. Lifespan Care New England Ielivering health uth care Better together, for a healthier Rhode Island The creation of a new Academic health system will keep healthcare decision making local. A crisis like the pandemic forces us to think of health- Individually, Lifespan and Care New England are care in new ways. Throughout the pandemic Lifespan smaller than major academic medical centers. If they and Care New England, collaborated like never before, do not merge, the danger is that one or both will need sharing information, expertise, and resources. We know the pandemic in Rhode Island would have been to merge with national for-profit hospital systems or much worse if the two local healthcare systems had not come together to help each other and the people other large systems north or south of Rhode Island, moving high-quality specialty care out of the state, eliminating choice for patients, and greatly impacting of Rhode Island. the Rhode Island economy. Scale matters in healthcare. In our small state, it is Keeping healthcare decision-making local keeps jobs hard to attract and retain the talent and the dollars and care local. That's what this merger is all about. It also fosters innovation and economic development to keep complex healthcare local. We know the healthcare market is from Boston to New Haven, with other Rhode Island academic, civic, and business not Woonsocket to Westerly. With large academic health systems to the north and south of Rhode Island building services to pull patients out of Rhode Island organizations. It's a win, win. We have seen manufacturing, financial services, and the defense industry leave the state, never to return. for care, the coming together of our two outstand- ing local systems is even more critical to sustain the extraordinary healthcare we have here today. A merger to strengthen healthcare in Rhode Island can avoid the same fate. To learn more about how this new academic health system will benefit the people of Rhode Island and to hear from our doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals go to healthierri.com.