Topic: nonprofit hospitals
Fitch Ratings expects nonprofit hospitals and health systems to continue showing declining profitability but—finally—offers some positive news.
Providence St. Joseph Health and Cedars-Sinai have agreed to create a joint venture to own and operate Providence Tarzana Medical Center.
UPMC is hitting back at Pennsylvania’s attorney general, saying he does not have the authority to force it into a deal with rival Highmark.
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.
While nonprofit health systems are doing more than ever to run efficiently, it's getting harder for them to make money.
Some of the largest providers in the U.S. have officially joined forces to launch a nonprofit generic drug company.
The drug industry continued its campaign to spread the blame for high prescription drug prices with its latest commissioned analysis.
Part of the problem? The shift to value-based care, including less costly outpatient care, is working.
Mission Health announced that it would contribute a total of $90 million to six foundations tied to its hospitals should it be purchased by HCA Healthcare.
The CEOs of some of the country's largest nonprofit health systems earned millions—even as hospitals' spending on charity care is on the decline.