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Envision Healthcare, a physician staffing business backed by the global investment firm KKR, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. It cited the company's $7.7 billion in debt obligations, declining patient volumes, "flawed" implementation of the No Surprises Act and exclusionary health insurers as reasons for its financial decline in its announcement earlier this week.

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