Banner Health System: A Case Study

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The “nonprofits Samaritan Health System and Lutheran Health Systems announced their merger” on Sept. 1, 1999 (Banner Health). For the Samaritan Health System, it was founded in 1911 and “provided clinical excellence in California and Arizona”; as for the Lutheran Health Systems, it “had a long-standing dating from 1938 as a respected health care provider in rural communities located across Wester Midwestern states” (Banner Health). The two Health Systems merged to benefit those in hospitals and provide high-quality care. As they began their journey of the Banner Health, it was in “14 states, had 22,500 employees, with 32 hospitals and 2,882 beds” (Banner Health, 2017). The Banner Health continues to grow as one of the largest care systems and
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