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HCR ManorCare files for bankruptcy, proposes ownership transfer

HCR ManorCare files for bankruptcy, proposes ownership transfer

By Tara Bannow  |  March 05, 2018

Under a new agreement between HCR ManorCare and its real estate investment trust landlord, Quality Care Properties, HCR filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, and the ownership and operations of its businesses will shift to QCP.

Editorial: Do you know your healthcare credit score?

Editorial: Do you know your healthcare credit score?

By Merrill Goozner  |  June 04, 2016

Healthcare providers shouldn't let the good news on shrinking bad debt distract them from dealing with one of the more pressing financial issues facing the industry—helping people saddled with unmanageable bills.

Former CEO of Playboy will lead eHealth exchange

Former CEO of Playboy will lead eHealth exchange

By Modern Healthcare  |  June 04, 2016

Scott Flanders, 59, is the new CEO of eHealth, a private health insurance exchange based in Mountain View, Calif. The company, which had $190 million in revenue last year, serves as an online broker to help people sign up for individual-market and Medicare plans.

Wyo. hospital files for bankruptcy to deal with lawsuits

By Associated Press  |  May 17, 2016

Powell Valley Healthcare's board of directors approved filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday. The board said in a statement the lawsuits from former patients of Dr. Jeffrey Hansen are the only reason for the decision.

Liquidation begins for failed Obamacare insurer

By Jonathan LaMantia, Crain's New York Business  |  April 25, 2016

After months of uncertainty surrounding Health Republic Insurance of New York's liquidation process, new court documents released April 22 provide clarity on what creditors can expect to receive. That is a welcome development for doctors and other providers who say are owed more than $200 million.

HealthSpot's assets are up for sale

HealthSpot's assets are up for sale

By Chuck Soder, Crain's Cleveland Business  |  March 14, 2016

The trustee in charge of the bankrupt telemedicine company “is accepting offers to purchase the assets of HealthSpot Inc.,” according to a news release issued by the trustee, Myron Terlecky, a Columbus lawyer.

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