Keyword: Moody's Investors Service
Healthcare was long considered an outlier compared to the rest of the economy, but it’s now behaving more in line with other industries, PwC says.
New reports from two top rating agencies offer a gloomy outlook for nonprofit hospitals in 2019. But here's why the sector is still pretty stable.
Citing soft revenue growth, weak inpatient volumes and single-digit reimbursement increases, Moody's said it didn't expect 2019 to be an improvement.
Health insurer profitability is expected to remain stable in 2019, according to an analysis by Moody's Investor Services.
That $1 billion partnership between Rutgers University and RWJBarnabas is a smart strategy—but it does come with risks.
Concerns have recently been raised about shrinking hospital margins, but one hospital sector is less susceptible to the squeeze: pediatric hospitals.
The federal watchdog agency says HHS didn't violate any federal anti-lobbying laws by tweeting about ACA repeal efforts.
A Moody’s analyst has warned that CHS’ $262 million fraud settlement could “severely weaken” the system, plus more healthcare headlines.
While nonprofit health systems are doing more than ever to run efficiently, it's getting harder for them to make money.
A new report from Moody's warned that the continuing rise of healthcare costs and an aging population could cause negative impacts across the economy.