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The number of hospital and health system M&A transactions was down in 2021, but the size of transactions was up significantly, with the largest percentage of announced “mega merger” transactions in the last six years.
Hospitals and health systems nationwide experienced another challenging month in November as COVID-19 hospitalizations rose more than 25% over the course of the month.
Hospital Margins Drop for a Second Month as Labor Expenses Climb U.S. hospitals and health systems were hit with a second consecutive month of margin declines in October as mounting...
Read the Fall 2021 Kaufman Hall Report for highlights from the HLC 2021 conference and key findings from the 2021 Healthcare Consumerism Survey.
Physician activity came roaring back in the second and third quarters of this year, with physician productivity and revenues surpassing both 2019 and 2020 performance.
High numbers of high-acuity patients coupled with escalating expenses continued to stress the nation’s hospitals and health systems in September, according to the latest National Hospital Flash Report. Overall hospital performance declined across most metrics for the month.
Partnerships, affiliations, mergers, and acquisitions have been—and will continue to be—an essential tool for hospitals and health systems as they have worked to build integrated health systems that can respond and adapt to a rapidly changing healthcare landscape.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to undermine performance improvement efforts at hospitals and health systems across the country. Workforce realignments, a rapid push into telehealth, lower volumes, and rising labor and supply costs point to the need for transformative change.
Transaction volume for hospital and health system mergers and acquisitions was lower in Q3 2021 compared with pre-pandemic levels, but average seller size by revenue and total transacted revenue remain high.
Rising COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations from the hyper-transmissible Delta variant continued to deepen pressures on the nation’s hospitals and health systems in August, according to the latest issue of Kaufman Hall’s National Hospital Flash Report.
America’s hospitals face significant, ongoing financial instability as the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to fester.
Momentum for meeting the changing needs of healthcare consumers has stalled in 2021, according to the sixth annual Kaufman Hall State of Consumerism in Healthcare Survey.