Tag Archives: Healthcare

Shame, Scandal Plague Healthcare Providers In 2018

Photo by Rick Friedman via Getty ImagesGetty Another year, another set of scandals making headlines in American medicine. Adding to the already endless stream of improprieties that rocked U.S. healthcare in 2018 is a pair of tawdry tales involving researchers and clinicians at two of healthcare’s most respected institutions. Fall was a rough season for the… Read More »

A Health Renaissance: Highlights From The 7th Annual Forbes Healthcare Summit – Forbes

DNA molecule, computer-generated.Getty The theme of the 7th Annual Forbes Healthcare Summit, which took place in New York City November 27-28th, 2018, was Starting a Health Renaissance. Senior Health Editor, Matt Herper, opened the event by reminding us that medicine is always moving at a breakneck pace. Advances in immunotherapy and precision medicine are transforming… Read More »

Fitch sees stable 2019 for US healthcare despite financial pressures

Dive Brief: Profitability in the U.S. healthcare industry could be elusive for some players in the coming year, but the overall outlook is stable, according to a new Fitch Ratings report. Issuer fundamentals, including leverage and coverage ratios, will be neutral for 2019, while creation of cash flow should trend positive. Healthcare pricing and profit… Read More »