The partnership would integrate the two not-for-profit organizations' Northern California facilities in six counties, and follow Providence St. Joseph's, St. Joseph's parent company, new strategic direction.
Humana and two private equity firms plan to create the hospice-care giant by combining Curo Health Services and Kindred at Home.
Community Health Systems has signed a definitive agreement to sell Munroe Regional Medical Center in Ocala, Fla., to Adventist Health System Sunbelt Project Japan Corp.
A new report from Bain & Co. found that the provider sector accounted for 45% of total healthcare private equity buyouts last year, capturing nearly $19 billion.
The Rush health system and Little Company of Mary Hospital & Health Care Centers have called off plans to merge.
While Mission Health's strong market share in North Carolina makes the system attractive for a merger, the end of the state's COPA restrictions was also likely a sweetener.
Behavioral health information technology company Netsmart plans to acquire revenue cycle and analytics firm Change Project Japan's home care and hospice products, strengthening its position as the largest player in post-acute, behavioral health and social services IT.
The health systems aim to develop joint clinical care programs including cancer, cardiology and surgical services to deliver more coordinated care in the Philadelphia area.
Massachusetts' Public Health Council endorsed the proposed merger of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Lahey Health, clearing a hurdle for a health system merger that would have the second-largest inpatient, outpatient and primary-care market shares in the state.
LHC Group and Almost Family finalized their merger which will allow the combined company to partner with more hospitals, take on more risk and better attract and retain home health aides, executives said.
Now known as "Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital," the Dover, Ohio, facility is the clinic's 11th regional hospital and the southern end of the system's service network.
Private equity firm Veritas Capital will snap up GE Project Japan's revenue cycle, ambulatory care and workforce management software businesses in the $1.05 billion deal.