Tag Archives: hospitals

Most hospitals would likely benefit from third-party liability insurance coverage, says ERI

Citing dramatically increased costs and concurrent drops in insurance reimbursement, an article published by Emergency Recovery Inc. in its Rev Cycle Quarterly publication laid out a case for most U.S. hospitals to secure third party liability coverage, or TPL, describing what Celler Organization and Celler Law founder Bobbie Celler called the “genesis of a perfect… Read More »

Struggles will continue for nonprofit hospitals in 2019, Fitch says

Nonprofit hospitals will continue struggling to adapt to the paradigm shift in the broader health care sector into next year, according to Fitch Ratings 2019 not-for-profit hospital and health systems outlook report. The negative sector outlook for nonprofit hospitals is due largely to ongoing operational weaknesses, which have evolved from an ongoing trend into a… Read More »

Fitch sees nonprofit hospitals as mixed bag in Q3 report

Brief Published Nov. 15, 2018 Dive Brief: Financial soundness of not-for-profit hospitals  and health systems was a mixed bag in the third quarter of 2018, with 11 security ratings upgrades and 11 downgrades, according to Fitch Ratings’ latest report. Three organizations — Aurora Health Care, Indiana-based Deaconess Health System and University of Colorado Health—saw their… Read More »