Standard & Poor's Corp. this month said it has fine-tuned its analysis of health care credits in response to market-driven changes in the industry.

Increased competition, consolidation, and managed-care contracting, which is a key element of President Clinton's health care reform plan, reflect the forces that are reshaping the health care industry, Standard & Poor's said in a comment in the Dec. 6 issue of CreditWeek Municipal

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