• 2017
  • Our total net service revenue increased compared to the same periods in the prior year, solely due to the Merger, which accounted for $340.8 million of the increase for both the three and nine months ended September 30, 2017. (cnbc.com)
  • In addition, under purchase accounting rules, approximately $12.7 million of inVentiv Health deferred revenue, which otherwise would have been recognized as revenue in the three months ended September 30, 2017, was eliminated. (cnbc.com)
  • Also in 2017, the hospital's "Continuum Center for Health and Healing" closed. (wikipedia.org)
  • 2016
  • To aid investors and analysts with year-over-year comparability of results for the merged business, we are including certain "Combined Company" metrics that represent combined financial information of INC Research and inVentiv Health as if the Merger had taken place on January 1, 2016, with conforming adjustments to the current year presentation. (cnbc.com)
  • Summit Health got a A+ rating from Fitch in 2016. (witf.org)
  • The New Jersey Attorney General needed to review the deal before it was official, with the expectation that the merger would be completed in 2016. (wikipedia.org)
  • On March 30, 2016 the two health systems officially merged and formed RWJBarnabas Health. (wikipedia.org)
  • oversees
  • They're all very large so a merger between any two of the three would create a very, very large REIT," Stephanie Thomas, a fund manager at Cincinnati-based Bahl & Gaynor, which oversees about $11 billion including shares of HCP, HCN and Ventas, said in a phone interview. (bloomberg.com)
  • Paul Milton, chief executive of Ellis Medicine, says the city and neighboring communities have benefited from medical services that would not have been possible a decade ago, when three of the facilities he oversees were independent and struggling to stay afloat. (timesunion.com)
  • equals
  • It is a merger of equals , with both firms contributing $30 million in equity, said J.H. Cohn's Thomas J. Marino and Reznick's Kenneth E. Baggett, the new firm's co-CEOs. (njbiz.com)
  • The integration will be two "organizations coming together as equals," said Laurence Merlis, president and CEO of Abington Health. (healthcarefinancenews.com)
  • veterans
  • Last year's waiting-list scandal, and others like it in recent years, have highlighted the inconsistent quality of health care for veterans - and the long, checkered history of federal veterans' programs. (nationalaffairs.com)
  • But from scandal and tragedy arises an opportunity - the opportunity to offer injured veterans the kind of health care enjoyed by most Americans. (nationalaffairs.com)
  • Rather than searching for ways to make the VA's closed monopoly model last just a little longer, policymakers need to look for a fresh, new approach to meeting the nation's obligations to its veterans with a modern and effective new system of flexible, portable health coverage and ready access to care. (nationalaffairs.com)
  • Today, the Veterans Health Administration is the largest non-defense employer in the federal government, with more than 275,000 workers. (nationalaffairs.com)
  • But the VA evolved into such a system under different circumstances and for reasons that are worth reviewing if we are to understand how best to improve veterans' health care. (nationalaffairs.com)
  • New York Media related to United States Department of Veterans Affairs at Wikimedia Commons Veteran Health Administration directory. (wikipedia.org)
  • Goals
  • Jeff Clayton, a board member of HealthWorks, said that the new facility is well-positioned to meet those goals well into the future. (connectionnewspapers.com)
  • Owned and operated by the University Health Network, Toronto Rehab provides patients with rehabilitation care, helping people rebuild their lives and achieve individualized goals. (wikipedia.org)
  • preventive care
  • The U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) is a direct reporting unit of the U.S. Army that provides command and control of the Army's fixed-facility medical, dental, and veterinary treatment facilities, providing preventive care, medical research and development and training institutions. (wikipedia.org)
  • economies of sc
  • In response to this transformation, affiliations and partnerships have increasingly become an effective approach for health care organizations to share best practices, achieve economies of scale and - ultimately -enhance quality and affordability. (witf.org)
  • News
  • Stay ahead of developments in federal and state health care law, regulation and transactions with timely, expert news and analysis. (bna.com)
  • clinic
  • Unlike other HMOs, Central Florida Physicians Health Plan has no central clinic and clients may choose which doctor they want to see, Cowin said. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • Organizations
  • Despite the wide range of responsibilities involved in providing health care in traditional settings, as well as on the battlefield, quality of care compares very favorably with that of civilian health organizations, when measured by civilian standards, according to findings of the DoD's Civilian External Peer Review Program (CEPRP). (wikipedia.org)
  • Conversations
  • The Summit board has been evaluating its position over the past several years and has held conversations with other health care systems. (witf.org)
  • patients
  • It was a pediatric facility serving patients in Western New York and parts of Southern Ontario. (wikipedia.org)
  • All of this is made possible by the dedicated efforts of our transition management team and the thousands of INC Research/inVentiv Health employees worldwide who are committed to speeding the delivery of important therapies for our customers and the patients they serve. (cnbc.com)
  • No new facilities will be needed or are being planned to accommodate the expected influx of patients. (unionleader.com)
  • Facilities should be expanded in the near future to serve more patients, Gatsas said, nothing he is already pushing for this expansion. (unionleader.com)
  • McCracken said patients should feel no outward effects of the merger. (unionleader.com)
  • The merger effectively tripled the amount of low-income patients served. (connectionnewspapers.com)
  • Patients should not notice many changes in the short term, according to Patrick O'Donnell, president and CEO of Summit Health. (witf.org)
  • In 1988 it had the largest network of heroin-treatment clinics in the United States with 7,500 patients and 23 facilities. (wikipedia.org)
  • known
  • The stock slump amid a slowdown in deals and the firing of Chief Executive Officer James F. Flaherty could spur Ventas Inc. or Health Care REIT Inc., known as HCN, to weigh a bid for the $17 billion company, said Adelante Capital Management LLC. (bloomberg.com)
  • During this period, it was common for people from eastern states, known as "health seekers," to move to Arizona. (wikipedia.org)
  • Research
  • U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) Warrior Transition Command (WTC) U.S. Army Dental Command (DENCOM) MEDCOM maintains day-to-day health care for soldiers, retired soldiers and the families of both. (wikipedia.org)
  • MISSION
  • The university's original mission was to "furnish artists and artisans with the best facilities for a high culture in their professions. (wikipedia.org)
  • largest
  • J.H. Cohn and the Reznick Group today completed their merger to create CohnReznick LLP, the 11th-largest accounting and consulting firm in the United States, with 25 offices, 2,200 employees - including 700 in New Jersey - and revenues of more than $450 million. (njbiz.com)
  • HCP Inc. (HCP) is near its cheapest level since 2009, after it lost its title as the largest health-care real estate investment trust this year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. (bloomberg.com)
  • Join us as the President of Aetna Karen Lynch explains the proposed merger between the nation's third largest insurer and CVS, the largest pharmacy chain in the country, with hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter. (reachmd.com)
  • Summit Health is the largest single employer in Franklin County with 3,600 employees. (witf.org)
  • 1922
  • In 1922, the university moved into an automobile mechanics training facility that had been constructed for World War I on the original Scott land after it outgrew the two downtown buildings where the university first operating in. (wikipedia.org)
  • Attorneys
  • Potential buyers and investors, however, face unique challenges when contemplating transactions involving distressed facilities, two attorneys who counsel industry players in connection with these deals told Bloomberg BNA. (bna.com)
  • state
  • Kara's practice is devoted to the general representation of health care providers and includes advising clients regarding the structures around and the relationships among health care providers within the complex federal and state regulatory environment. (polsinelli.com)
  • Jennifer (a pseudonym) is a health professional and mother of two in Washington State. (huffingtonpost.com)
  • Leaders of the Berger Commission estimated in 2006 that implementing the panel's recommendations for facility closings and mergers would save the state $800 million, less than 2 percent of what was then a $45 billion Medicaid budget. (timesunion.com)
  • Georgia Health Sciences University was chartered in 1828 by the state of Georgia as the Medical Academy of Georgia to offer a single course of lectures leading to a bachelor's degree. (wikipedia.org)
  • The university has additional facilities elsewhere in the state. (wikipedia.org)
  • systems
  • Watch for competition to continue among health systems looking toser. (bio-medicine.org)
  • Watch for competition to continue among health systems looking to serve rapidly growing counties outside of the District," states Josh Kelley, market analyst for HealthLeaders-InterStudy and author of the report. (bio-medicine.org)
  • Its closest analogue among Western health-care systems is the British National Health Service. (nationalaffairs.com)
  • sciences
  • It is a 1,117-bed academic health sciences centre affiliated with the University of Ottawa, and the University of Ottawa Heart Institute is located at the hospital's Civic Campus. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Colleges of Allied Health Sciences, Dental Medicine and Graduate Studies were added in the next decade, comprising the five schools that made up the University until the 2013 merger. (wikipedia.org)
  • University
  • Angela Carman, DrPH, is an assistant professor at the University of Kentucky, College of Public Health, in Health Behavior & Society. (uky.edu)
  • In 1928, Beth Israel established relationships with Tufts University and the Harvard Medical School and relocated to a new facility in the Longwood area of Boston. (wikipedia.org)
  • On July 1, 2011, the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute became a part of the University Health Network. (wikipedia.org)
  • among
  • The company also has the cheapest price-earnings multiple among 11 U.S. health-care REITs valued at more than $1 billion, the data show. (bloomberg.com)
  • months
  • The due diligence phase, which helps determine viability of a merger, is expected to last three to six months. (theladders.com)
  • Shares of most health-care REITs have fallen in the last 12 months on prospects for higher interest rates . (bloomberg.com)
  • Virginia
  • Local officials and members of HealthWorks for Northern Virginia cut the ribbon on a new facility in Herndon Tuesday, June 11. (connectionnewspapers.com)
  • HealthWorks for Northern Virginia Associate CEO Carol Jameson presents Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-11) with a certificate of appreciation at the opening of their new facility in Herndon Tuesday, June 11. (connectionnewspapers.com)
  • delivery of health care
  • Kara Friedman's extensive understanding of the health care industry allows her to offer advice on service line development activities and assist clients in developing feasible strategies to enhance the delivery of health care in a collaborative way. (polsinelli.com)
  • The OHRI's mandate is to advance knowledge of health and disease on multiple fronts, ranging from increasing understanding of what is happening at the molecular and cellular level in complex disease states, to elucidating best practises in the delivery of health care. (wikipedia.org)
  • several
  • The merger of several medical elements resulted in a new, expanded medical major command under the Surgeon General. (wikipedia.org)
  • opportunity
  • Marino, who had been CEO of Roseland-based Cohn, said the merger creates new opportunity both for the firm's professionals and its clients. (njbiz.com)