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Primary care organization One Medical has hired banks including JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley for its initial public offering, CNBC reports.
How did the second quarter shape up for some of the top health systems in the country? Take a look.
Livongo Health and Health Catalyst, two of the latest health technology companies to go public, jumped in their trading debuts Thursday.
Healthcare software company Phreesia closed its first day of trading as a public company Thursday about 40% above its set price.
Cognizant will pay the SEC a $25 million settlement, while the DOJ indicted two former executives, all related to an alleged bribery scheme in India.
HCA Healthcare officials told analysts they have more than $3.5 million of capital spending in the pipeline to bring online within the next two years.
Three class-action lawsuits filed against Athenahealth by company shareholders were voluntarily dropped on Monday.
A shareholder is suing Athenahealth, saying its executives aren't sharing info on how they arrived at the company's final sale price of $5.7 billion.
The dialysis giant said it would drop the price in an effort to speed approval from federal regulators.
How's the year going for hospitals so far? Here's a look at the second quarter of 2018 at publicly traded hospitals.