HCA, SCA, Regent & More – 6 Recent Key Notes on ASC Companies
Here are six news updates on six ambulatory surgery center companies.
Hospital Corporation of America's net income grew 0.9 percent in the first quarter of fiscal year 2014, reaching a total of $347 million. Total revenue increased 4.6 percent from $8.44 billion to more than $8.83 billion.
AmSurg net earnings from continuing operations attributable to common shareholders were $17.5 million in the first quarter of 2014. The company reportedly operated 242 centers at the end of the quarter.
Surgical Care Affiliates reported system-wide net patient revenue per case grew 9.2 percent and net operating revenue grew 8.8 percent last year.
Nueterra Global Alliance added OSS Orthopaedic Hospital in York, Pa., to its partner network. The network is designed to provide and improve global healthcare delivery.
Tenet Healthcare shares were at $45.41 per share during the week of April 21 to 25.
Regent Surgical Health conducted their 2014 Business Office Managers conference, awarding Robert Wood Johnson Endosurgical Center Administrator Linda Reid BOM of the Year.
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