2019 NOW Summit Healthcare Restructuring Panel

Hear from experts on the specific pressures facing hospitals, long term care facilities, and others in the healthcare sector, and the unique regulatory and reimbursement challenges which arise in restructuring. Darlene Davis, Felicia Gerber Perlman, Cynthia Romano, and Anzhelika Shatrov will...

It is interesting that most of the press coverage in senior living cites an increase in volume from baby boomers aging into the space. Typically, these articles note that 10,000 people will turn 65 every day for years to come. While some believe that the heaviest baby boomer influx might still be a...
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The Polsinelli/TrollerBK Distress Indices reflected a substantial increase in healthcare distress in 4Q 2018, even as the general index showed only a slight increase in bankruptcy filings and the real estate index fell. The Health Care Services Index stood at 550.00 in 4Q 2018, topping the previous...
Welcome to our podcast focused on current issues impacting the healthcare industry. I’m Jeanine Krattiger, director of marketing with Carl Marks Advisors, and with me are two members of the leadership team of the firm’s heathcare group, Marc Pfefferle, partner, and Jonathan Killion, managing...
Despite the strong stock market performance and the low interest rate environment, financial distress, as measured by the number of Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings, is gradually increasing in both general Chapter 11 and real estate. The exception to this “gradual” increase is in healthcare, which has...
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA), signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017, has potential implications for nearly every segment of the healthcare industry. For healthcare providers, elements of the TCJA may increase pressure on operating profitability, which may, in turn, lead to an...
The public focus on making healthcare better, more cost effective, and increasingly convenient has resulted in a number of disruptive forces challenging organizations. A small disruption in profitability or timing of cash flows can have large ramifications, especially for companies that have used...
A law firm just filed a Chapter 11 case in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. That can be a stressful time, but the attorneys are experienced and understand the protocols and related procedures. They did the exact same thing as they’d done with prior cases. This time, however, they...
Healthcare’s version of the Industrial Revolution is well underway. Over the last decade, five revolutionary forces 1 have taken industry stakeholders by storm: the convergence of genetic and computer codes, advancements in mobile technologies, a negative return on capital, the integration of...
Picture this scenario: a 300-unit regional hospital in Ruraltown, USA, derives a significant amount of its revenue through its participation in government-sponsored Medicare and Medicaid programs and the hospital’s entitlement to prospective reimbursements from the government. Operations have been...