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Community Health Systems’ bonds got a lift this week from news that the company continues to work on refinancing bonds, according to bondholders.
If Community Health Systems Inc. CEO Wayne Smith had a do-over, he wouldn’t enter into the deal that has saddled the company with debt — sort of. Based on a retro view of it, I wouldn't do the deal,” Smith responded, Axios reports . There are signs of investor support for CHS and Smith, who has faced calls to resign from investors in the past.
A provision in last month’s U.S. tax overhaul that gives farmers the opportunity to significantly minimize their taxable income is drawing fire from some companies who could lose out as a result, while ...
A provision in the new tax law allows farmers to deduct up to 20% of their total sales to cooperatives, allowing some farmers to reduce their taxable income to zero and prompting some agriculture firms ...
The managed care sector provides investors with access to a "structurally advantaged" sector that's "uniquely well-positioned" to take advantage of the current "Goldilocks cyclical ...
Goldman Sachs'Stephen Tanal and his team initiated coverage of managed care and providers Wednesday, and they see good things for managed care stocks ahead. Tanal writes that the managed care industry is structurally advantaged and well positioned to help both public and private sector payors control healthcare costs, and as a value proposition that looks set to gain more ground ahead. Insurers will get another boost from new lower corporate taxes, Tanal writes, leading to "meaningful upside" for the stocks this year, with managed care companies outperforming.
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Hospital stocks are in line to profit off potential tax reform , but that might be where the good news ends. Morgan Stanley expects a potentially radical shift in health care services toward payer vertical ...
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The St. Petersburg City Council said no to a plan by a nonprofit foundation to sell its 20 percent stake in Bayfront Health St. Petersburg for $26.5 million. The 5-to-3 vote followed a more than two-hour emotional debate late Thursday in which some city council members voiced distrust of the financially troubled publicly held company that currently has a majority stake in the hospital. Officials with Bayfront and the Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg, along with about a dozen city residents, spoke in favor of the proposed sale, saying it would provide funding for better preventative care throughout the city.
Unprecedented mergers of large Catholic hospital operators is pressuring investor-owned companies like HCA Holdings, Tenet Healthcare and Community Health Systems.
Previously, Evans served as CEO of HCA’s East Houston Regional Medical Center . “With Eric’s understanding of our clinical and quality initiatives, combined with his proven leadership skills, he is the right individual to lead Tomball Regional Medical Center, one of our recently acquired hospitals serving northwest Houston,” Troy Villarreal, president of HCA Healthcare’s Gulf Coast Division, said in a press release.
The St. Petersburg City Council will vote next week on whether it will allow a foundation to sell its 20 percent stake in Bayfront Health St. Petersburg, giving full control of the hospital to the financially troubled public company that currently is the majority owner. The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg, established in 2013 after Bayfront was sold to Health Management Associates, says the sale of its 20 percent stake for $26.5 million is in the best interest of those the foundation serves throughout Pinellas County. Opponents of the sale fear it could lead to reduced care for the uninsured who are treated at Bayfront.
Community Health (CYH) has been divesting hospitals to lower its debt burden. However, these divestitures have adversely affected the company's top line.