A list of the nation's 39 largest post-acute-care companies, ranked by 2013 net revenue (where applicable). Source: Modern Healthcare's 15th annual Post-Acute Care Survey, DAC Bond and Securities and Exchange Commission filings. Published Oct. 20, 2014, p. 30.
This month, Kindred formalized a $720 million deal to acquire Gentiva Health Services, a home health and hospice provider. Kindred President and COO Ben Breier discusses his company's plans to build its care-coordination business, prepare for value-based payments and and evaluate other partnerships...
Ben Breier is president and chief operating officer of Kindred Healthcare, a post-acute-care provider that reported $4.9 billion in revenue in 2013.
Ending a monthslong battle, Kindred Healthcare and Gentiva Health Services announced they will merge, creating one of the largest post-acute-care providers in the country.
A merger between post-acute-care companies Kindred Healthcare and Gentiva Health Services has been in the works for roughly a half year—with much fanfare and conflict. In an interview with Modern Healthcare reporter Bob Herman, Kindred President and COO Ben Breier explains how they finally...
Legislation that requires hospice facilities to be inspected at least every three years quietly cleared the House and Senate this week. President Barack Obama is expected to sign the bill.
Ascension Health is launching a post-acute-care joint venture with the ambulatory-care subsidiary of Envision Healthcare, a publicly traded outsourcing company for physician services and medical transportation.
Modern Healthcare is now accepting submissions for the 2014 Post-Acute Care Survey.
The recently announced merger between Genesis HealthCare and Skilled Healthcare Group will create one of the largest post-acute-care companies in the country with $5.5 billion in pro forma revenue—and the transaction also may have an impact on another pending deal within the sector.
Privately held Genesis Healthcare and publicly traded Skilled Healthcare Group intend to merge, creating a post-acute-care behemoth with approximately $5.5 billion in pro forma revenue.
To deepen its footprint in the post-acute-care sector, Ascension Health has formed a senior-care division to integrate its extensive post-acute-care services and establish more uniform care standards.
CMO Dr. Allen Nissenson explains why DaVita is struggling to integrate physician-group division HealthCare Partners. He also gives his take on Medicare's bundled payments for end-stage renal disease and the CMS Innovation Center's model for renal ACOs, called ESRD Seamless Care Organizations.