Sounds as though you are close to this company's--possibly in secretly ways.
Our agent was quick to use their system in getting us cars, hoyse, and umbrella. Great rates and being retirees we hope to keep a clean record. Impressed us to invest.
I'm in NC mountains, have three different funds. Past year seems to be only payouts with little/no appreciation. Miss that Dallas fellow, he probably changed his outlook and investment strategy....
VMB, here is the hierarchy for seniors receiving medical care. First, the patient and I told you my bill was zero. Second, Medicare pays eighty percent of the reimbursement amount. Third my private healthcare company pays the final twenty percent. Now answer your question.
In sept of 2014 when I met with my doctor.to arrange my receipt of two new Conformsis knees I asked "does my medicare pus supplement insurance cover all cost? He relied "yes". I never paid a penny. Rehab was also covered.
Before investing in Conformis I sent a formal question to the investor services representive at Conformsis. It read "is your company satisfied with the reimbursement amount from Medicare? Is there ample profit?"
I never got a response.
Oh yes. I got both knees from surgeon here in the NC mountains. They're perfect. He's done many from CFMS and is happy. Patient word of mouth has him very busy.
GILD will do what CELG just did, buy into new pipeline with their cash. They probably have a nice list (less Receptos) and between their own research and this list of acquisitions, well, the sky is the limit. GLTA
I asked their investor rep if the company was making enough profit for a custom knee under Medicare reimbursement----no answer thus far.
Got them last November, here in Western North Carolina from a bright young progressive doctor.
Recovery went well and they feel real good.
Missed IPO, but got shares a day later.
What a letdown,,,,the current Wendy's chili. It had lots of ingredients and good flavor, now it looks and tastes like it is from a big tin can. And it is over fifty percent higher cost. Come on man!