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Wyoming Hospitals May Create Regional Alliance to Integrate Care

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The Wyoming Medical Center in Casper, Wyo., and the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center in Cheyenne, Wyo., have announced they are strongly considering creating a partnership.

The partnership would be a not-for-profit, integrated healthcare system seeking to protect Wyoming healthcare jobs and create a stronger network of care for state residents. It also aims to protect the two medical centers from the threat of out-of-state health systems looking to acquire Wyoming-based ones.

Even before forming the partnership, the medical centers have launched a website for it — WyomingSolution.com — to introduce the public to the plan.   

"Healthcare is changing and we have a responsibility to thrive despite these changes," reads a statement on the website. "We need a long-term solution for our healthcare system that meets the unique needs of our state."

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Creighton University Med Center May Partner with Alegent Health in Nebraska

Correction. A previous version of this article stated that both medical centers were in Casper, Wyo. We apologize for the error.

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