As not-for-profit hospitals' profits slide, balance sheets are at an all-time high, according to Fitch Ratings.
Saint Anthony Hospital shocked the healthcare community when it broke away from Ascension in 2009 to be an independent facility. And it's managed to maintain that status.
One of Chicago's biggest local orthopedic practices—the 50 doctors who make up Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush—is fielding proposals from multiple suitors.
Virginia is facing an approximately $460 million bill for unexpected Medicaid costs that hamper proposed new spending on things like school improvements or tax breaks for the poor.
America's low health literacy rate has raised concerns about whether hospitals are taking the wrong approaches to educate patients, or if financial incentives for providers are too small.
Not-for-profit organization RIP Medical Debt will forgive $250 million worth of medical debt for U.S. individuals and families through the year's end, thanks to a donation from an anonymous couple.
Healthcare companies' credit ratings are suffering as they take on debt to fund mergers and acquisitions, which can cut off access to capital, according to a new report.
Healthcare prices grew about 16% from 2012 to 2016, which was about three times the inflation rate, according to a new report from the Health Care Cost Institute.
These companies' population health-style efforts are being emulated by hospital systems, but progress has been slow and spotty.
New York physicians who are members of the malpractice insurer MLMIC have a new backer as they fight lawsuits from patients: billionaire Warren Buffett.
A new Kaufman Hall report finds hospitals and health systems are making only limited progress when it comes to cutting costs, and aren't prioritizing areas like service rationalization or clinical variation.
A new report shows U.S. healthcare companies took in $23.4 billion this year in venture capital funding as of Sept. 30, already far surpassing the sector's funding in all of 2017.