Montefiore Medical Center ended last year with a sharply smaller margin than the prior year, as rising wages and supply costs eroded its income.
Texas Health Resources, the system that treated the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S., reported a smaller operating margin in 2014 than the previous year as it grappled with higher expenses.
Phoebe Putney Health System will keep the hospital it acquired in Albany, Ga., under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission. But that agreement could now expose Phoebe Putney to civil lawsuits.
Intensive cost-cutting and a full year of integrating an acquisition helped the St. Louis-based Catholic health system post a much-improved operating margin last year.
Variations in the way physicians use medical devices have a significant impact on determining patient outcomes and costs, a new study found.
Idaho's St. Luke's Health System has asked for a rehearing of the case over whether it violated antitrust laws when it acquired a physician group.
Highmark Health, the company formed to operate the insurer Highmark and a Pittsburgh health system, reported an operating loss of $178 million last year as health plan enrollment stalled and the system's turnaround continued.
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Catholic Health Initiatives' financial performance improved significantly in the second quarter of its fiscal year as it began to see the benefits from recent acquisitions and cost-cutting efforts.
Three Illinois palliative and end-of-life care providers plan to merge to create the largest not-for-profit hospice provider, by patient volume, in the state.
Universal Health Services' corporate office has become part of the criminal investigation into whether the company fraudulently billed Medicare and Medicaid for behavioral health treatments, the company disclosed Tuesday.
Sutter Health brought its operations out of the red in 2014, thanks to rising patient revenue and a significant decrease in its provision for bad debts.