SPOTLIGHT: Worry over rapidly-rising health costs in Wisc. looms over hospital opening

The planned opening next week of a new, $200 million hospital in Summit, Wis., has some worried that the inevitable competition created could drive up healthcare costs in the area to the point that costs will rise faster than the national average for hospital care. Such a situation would be similar to one that took place seven years ago in Oshkosh. FierceHealthcare

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