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  • Hospital mergers and acquisitions: 7 recent deals by the numbers

    Several mergers and acquisitions have taken place by U.S. health systems in the last few months. Below is a breakdown of seven deals since Feb. 3, by the numbers, as reported on by Becker's.
  • An Executive’s Perspective on Outsourcing – The Journey to RCM Efficiency

    46% of healthcare orgs are behind on 2022 revenue goals. See the top RCM challenges leaders are facing and learn how to get back on track here.
  • Attorney general had 'great concerns' about Mission Health-HCA deal, internal document reveals

    The office of North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein had "great concerns" about how Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare was chosen to purchase Asheville, N.C.-based Mission Health System, according to a 2018 internal document obtained by Asheville Watchdog.
  • CHS to cut ties with Oklahoma hospital

    Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health Systems has entered into a definitive agreement to transfer the lease of AllianceHealth Seminole (Okla.) to SSM Health Oklahoma. 
  • New Hampshire system looks to join Beth Israel Lahey Health

    Exeter (N.H.) Health Resources has signed a letter of intent to explore joining Cambridge Mass.-based Beth Israel Lahey Health.
  • New Indiana law requires state oversight of hospital mergers

    Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signed into law March 10 a bill that requires the Indiana State Department of Health to actively supervise hospital mergers.
  • Hospital owner looks to exit Illinois with $92M deal

    Pipeline Health has signed a letter of intent to sell its two Illinois hospitals to a Michigan-based company for $92 million, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. 
  • Canyon Atlantic ends bid to buy 2 Pennsylvania hospitals

    The prospective buyer of two shuttered Pennsylvania hospitals has filed a motion to end litigation to purchase the facilities, The Daily Local reported March 8.
  • Altru won't be sold, CEO says

    Following rumors that Grand Forks, N.D.-based Altru Health System may be acquired after the sudden departure of President Steven Weiser, MD, the system's new CEO told the Grand Forks Herald in a March 5 article that Altru is not for sale.
  • Atlantic Health buys 7 urgent care locations in New Jersey

    Morristown, N.J.-based Atlantic Health System has purchased Immediate Care's seven urgent care locations from CentraState Healthcare System, Atlantic Health said March 3.
  • Hospital M&A update: 9 recent deals

    Nine deals involving health systems and hospitals have been announced, finalized or called off in the last two weeks:
  • Care New England: 'Our future is strong' despite merger rejection

    The CEO of Care New England said the health system is resilient after the Federal Trade Commission and state attorney general's rejection of its proposed merger with Lifespan, both based in Providence, R.I., The Boston Globe reported March 1.
  • Signify Health closes acquisition of Caravan Health

    Dallas, Texas-based Signify Health, a value-based healthcare platform, has completed its acquisition of Kansas City, Mo.-based Caravan Health, a company that works with accountable care organizations in population health management and value-based payment programs. 
  • NYU Langone, Long Island hospital make affiliation official

    New York City-based NYU Langone Health and East Patchogue, N.Y.-based Long Island Community Hospital have made their affiliation official after receiving state and federal approvals.
  • Nationwide Children's assumes ownership of Mercy Health-Children's Hospital

    Columbus, Ohio-based Nationwide Children's Hospital has taken over ownership of Toledo, Ohio-based Mercy Health-Children's Hospital, which will be named Nationwide Children's Hospital-Toledo.
  • University Health forms joint venture to operate 3 rehab hospitals

    San Antonio, Texas-based University Health has entered a joint venture with post-acute healthcare company PAM Health in an effort to expand access for University Health patients who need inpatient rehabilitation services after being discharged.
  • Piedmont acquires 3-hospital system

    University Health Care System, a three-hospital system in Augusta, Ga., officially joined Atlanta-based Piedmont Healthcare on March 1. Piedmont now comprises 19 hospitals. 
  • OSF HealthCare to purchase assets of closed Illinois hospital

    Peoria, Ill.-based OSF HealthCare has signed an exclusive letter of intent to purchase the real estate, medical equipment and other assets of the closed Galesburg (Ill.) Cottage Hospital.
  • Care New England to hold off on future deals

    Providence, R.I.-based Care New England said it's too early to make plans for future merger deals after the system and Lifespan withdrew their application to merge, The Providence Journal reported Feb. 24.
  • Prospective buyer of 2 Pennsylvania hospitals fails to post $1M bond by deadline

    Texas turnaround firm Canyon Atlantic Partners failed to post a $1 million bond required by a Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas judge to purchase two closed hospitals from West Reading, Pa.-based Tower Health, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Feb. 25.
  • Lifespan, Care New England withdraw merger application

    The boards of Lifespan and Care New England — both based in Providence, R.I. — have decided to withdraw their merger application after the Federal Trade Commission made an announcement Feb. 17 to file suit to block the deal.

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