State alleged that defendants had unlawfully allocated geographic and product markets among themselves. Markets included acute care hosptial services, open heart surgery, and health facilities in several Florida counties. The state alleged that the market allocation had the effect of raising prices in the relevant markets for Florida public entities and consumers. Without admitting wrongdoing, defendants agreed to settlement in which they were prohibited from entering into similar agreements, agreed to pay $200,000 to several health care charities and $40,000 in costs. The parties also agreed to maintain an antitrust compliance program.