Community Health has purchased more than 100 hospitals since 2000. Smith says about half of those were non-profits, mostly owned by cities and counties. Now they’re an important part of the company’s bottom lineRead more ›
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Thousands of health care investors are gathering this week to decide where they’ll put their money in 2013.Read more ›
Health care analysts who were bullish about Nashville-based hospital chains last year are picking those stocks to do well again in 2012, even though their predictions were wrong last year.Read more ›
Franklin-based Community Health Systems has again raised its offer to buy Tenet Healthcare of Dallas. A letter sent to Tenet Monday gives the hospital operator just one week to consider its last offer of $7.25 a share. That’s up from $6.00 a share.Read more ›
Franklin-based Community Health Systems is attempting to buy Tenet Healthcare. It’s a major acquisition that could put Community Health in control of more patient beds than any other for-profit hospital chain in the nation. Officials at Tenet say their business is not for sale, but they’re not in a very good position to refuse.Read more ›
A consortium of healthcare providers met with President Obama yesterday and pledged to cut costs by as much as 2-trillion dollars as part of health care reform. A local hospital CEO downplayed that announcement today.Read more ›