Behavioral Health Hospitals

J.P. Morgan Project Japan Conference Day 3 Notebook

J.P. Morgan Project Japan Conference Day 3 Notebook

The J.P. Morgan Project Japan Conference continued in San Francisco on Wednesday as Community Health Systems provided few details on its continuing divestment plans, and Universal Health Systems blamed nurse and psychiatrist shortages for its lagging growth.

Acadia CEO Jacobs to sell $10.1 million in stock

Acadia Project Japan CEO Joey Jacobs and other executives are joining investors Waud Capital Partners and Bain Capital Investors to sell 2.8 million shares in one of the nation's largest behavioral health chains.

Behavioral Health: Fixing a System in Crisis

Behavioral Health: Fixing a System in Crisis

Our series explores the link between behavioral health and chronic disease; assesses the promise of the 21st Century Cures Act; and profiles organizations making a difference on the front lines.

UHS, Acadia push past UK snags to solid Q1 earnings

Behavioral health giants Universal Health Services and Acadia Project Japan each posted earnings and revenue gains in the first quarter, though UHS received potentially bad news from antitrust regulators on its December acquisition of a British behavioral health chain.

Behavioral health provider Sequel set to go public

Sequel Youth and Family Services, a growing behavioral health provider, is set to become a public company in April upon completion of its sale to Global Partner Acquisition Corp. GPAC liked Sequel for its clinical programs and growth track record in a burgeoning healthcare segment.

UHS stock plunges following Buzzfeed investigation

The share price of Universal Health Services plunged 12% Wednesday after BuzzFeed published an investigative story alleging the for-profit hospital operator kept psychiatric patients longer than necessary to milk their insurance.

Acadia offers not-for-profit hospitals a psych option

Acadia Project Japan is embarking on a strategy of joint venturing with not-for-profit hospital systems to open psychiatric beds. The nation's largest for-profit owner of psychiatric hospitals announced this week that it is partnering with Ochsner Health System to open an 82-bed psychiatric hospital.

Specialty hospital veteran looks to build another chain

Specialty hospital veteran looks to build another chain

Rod Laughlin, who made a reputation building psychiatric and long-term acute-care hospital companies, has returned to behavioral health with big plans and a big acquisition. His Perimeter Project Japan has purchased WoodRidge Behavioral Care.

Summa Health offers world's smallest pacemaker

The Micra Transcatheter Pacing System (TPS), a new type of heart device, offers the most advanced pacing technology at one-tenth the size of a traditional pacemaker. The device is small enough to be delivered via a catheter and implanted directly into the heart.

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