The total number of mergers and acquisitions in healthcare fell below historic figures for the second quarter of the year, but total transacted revenue remained high at $8.5 billion. Trends appear to be shifting however, with an increasing number of regional partnerships occurring among health systems as opposed to acquisitions of independent hospitals.
Hospital operating margins increased from January to March, but are still narrow, leaving hospitals in a financially vulnerable state, a new report from Kaufman Hall shows. In addition, volumes are still down and expenses continue to rise.
Though the number of merger and acquisition deals in the first quarter of 2021 fell below historical averages, the size of the deals was far bigger than the same period last year, a new report from Kaufman Hall shows. The total transacted revenue was $8.8 billion, the second-highest Q1 figure in the last five years.
A new report from Kaufman Hall examines two potential financial situations for hospitals in 2021 — one optimistic, and the other bleak. Hospitals could lose between $53 billion and $122 billion depending on which scenario plays out.
The financial futures of U.S. hospitals remain shaky, as Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations surge with alarming speed nationwide. Though vaccines are being distributed, the coming months will be challenging for hospitals, a new report from Kaufman Hall shows.
What You Should Know: – October was a challenging month for hospitals and health systems nationwide amid ongoing instability spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Kaufman Hall’s latest Hospital Flash Report. – Margins and volumes fell, revenues flattened, and expenses rose as COVID metrics continued to climb and some states moved to retighten social …
What You Should Know: – Nearly three-quarters of hospital leaders are either moderately (52%) or extremely (22%) concerned about the financial viability of their organizations without an effective treatment or vaccine for COVID-19, according to a new report from Kaufman Hall entitled, “2020 State of Healthcare Performance Improvement Report: The Impact of COVID-19” – One-third …