SPOTLIGHT: Hospitals fight for turf in wealthy Chicago neighborhood

As every hospital administrator knows, having control of the right neighborhood can make or break you. So it's no surprise that two prominent Chicago hospitals are engaged in a war to sell cardiology services in one neighborhood. However, you know the battle's particularly hot when one hospital (the University of Chicago Medical Center), builds a cardiology service within walking distance of the one run by its rival (Northwestern Memorial Hospital). Looks like this fight is going to be a nasty one. Article

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