Even after completing six public hearings – including one in Methuen in the the Merrimack Valley – AG Martha Coakley will continue to accept comments from the public.
Jill Butterworth, a spokeswoman for the attorney general’s office said that she could not comment on the letter sent by the Healthcare Access Coalition (see my post yesterday) , but that all “all public comments are welcome and are being considered as the office considers this important review.”
Buterworth said the attorney general is continuing to take public comment. Comment can be e-mailed to the attorney general’s office at email@example.com sent in the mail to Attorney General’s Office, Non-Profit Organizations/Public Charities Division, Attn: Sara Rau, Caritas Transaction Review, One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA, 02108. Once the attorney general’s office completes the review process it’s findings will be prepared and issued.
Read more about this proposed sale that would turn a non-profit health care system in to a for-profit system here at WickedLocal.com: http://www.wickedlocal.com/allston/news/business/x1685469876/Hospitals-want-Attorney-General-to-set-up-rules-for-sale-of-Caritas-to-Cerebus