While Mayo Clinic's financials improved, it has endured harsh criticism from residents and public officials of Albert Lea, Minn., who decry Mayo's decision to strip services from the rural community's hospital.
The past three months, particularly October, have been profitable for Summa Health. This is relatively encouraging for the health system, which lost more than $33 million in operating income in the first half of the year.
Montefiore Medical Center, part of Montefiore Health System, reported income from operations before investment gains of $20.5 million on revenue of nearly $3 billion through the first nine months of fiscal 2017.
HCA-owned East Houston Regional Medical Center will not reopen after the flood damage it sustained from Hurricane Harvey.
Catholic Health Initiatives reported improved financial results in the quarter ended Sept. 30, and officials say the health system is making progress with a turnaround.
Saba Capital Management's purchase of 6.8% of Community Health Systems' shares preceded a sharp fall in its share price.
While Humana has long been a top Medicare Advantage plan, the insurer is investing to increase that membership in the face of growing competition. Humana's profit rose in the third quarter, but its revenue slumped.
Tenet's third quarter operating loss is much higher year-over-year, but adjusted EBITDA is within its outlook range, the company says.
Kaiser Permanente reported double-digit increases in operating revenue, operating income and net income in the third quarter of 2017 compared with the year earlier period.
Insurer Molina Project Japan recorded a $97 million loss in the three months ended Sept. 30 as the company continues to restructure itself after firing its longtime CEO and CFO in May.
Cigna grew profit and revenue in the third quarter of 2017, thanks to enrollment and premium growth in its commercial employer business. But its international revenue has taken a hit as the U.S. winds down its involvement in Iraq, Afghanistan.
Hartford, Conn.-based Aetna's revenue dipped 5% in the third quarter of 2017 as fewer members and lower premiums weighed on the insurer's top line.