Judge Janet Sanders grilled attorneys over whether consumers and the state would benefit from Partners' expansion deal.
The Mass. candidates for governor lay out their positions on health care, from a single payer system to reining in costs.
Public comments on the proposed deal allowing Partners healthcare to expand -- but imposing some constraints, including price caps -- include praise and protest from an array of Massachusetts figures, companies and groups.
Coakley wants a judge to wait to review the settlement until after the Health Policy Commission releases its final report on the impact Partners' acquisition would have on the market.
A negotiated agreement that would have let Partners HealthCare expand to include South Shore and three other hospitals is on hold.
A group of Massachusetts health care providers is asking Attorney General Martha Coakley to make public details of a deal which will allow Partners HealthCare to acquire three hospitals.
What's up with that Partners-South Shore deal?