Mental health and addiction treatment services company Summit BHC has acquired facilities in Virginia and Pennsylvania, growing its network to 24.
Acadia Healthcare executives on Wednesday announced the sale of their struggling United Kingdom division for $1.35 billion, down 25 percent from what the Franklin-based behavioral health company bought it for in 2016.
The coronavirus pandemic pushed companies throughout the health care industry to dramatically increase their use of telehealth.
Starting next week, the Williamson County Emergency Management Agency will switch to self-administered COVID-19 tests a few days per week.
The directors of Community Health Systems last week formally tapped President and COO Tim Hingtgen to succeed Wayne Smith as the company’s CEO, giving him a $200,000 bump in pay along the way.
Executives at Acadia Healthcare have formed a joint venture with the large Henry Ford Health System in Detroit that will build a behavioral health hospital in the region.
A new venture capital fund based in Williamson County is aiming to raise $100 million to invest in health tech companies.
An entity affiliated with Chinese billionaire Tianqiao Chen last week sold another $40 million worth of their shares of Community Health Systems, following up on similar transactions earlier in the month.
The leaders of Quorum Health have signed a letter of intent to explore the acquisition of a hospital in Mid-Missouri, a deal that would mark its first major move following its Chapter 11 reorganization.
Health Connect America, a leader in the delivery of mental and behavioral health services, has partnered with Franklin-based Premiere Collectibles to provide jobs to those with special needs.
The largest holder of Community Health Systems stock has cashed in a number of its chips after the shares popped more than doubled in two weeks.
Chicago-based health care advisory and analytics firm The Chartis Group announced Thursday its acquisition of Brentwood-based Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock Inc.
The health care revenue cycle company AccuReg, which has an office in Franklin, has bought out a minority partner, and now has full ownership of the business.
A company that provides logistics services for the life sciences industry is already distributing a major COVID-19 vaccine candidate for a clinical trial, and hopes to play a role in the rollout of a successful vaccine.
Ascension Saint Thomas has agreed to set up a joint venture with a locally based urgent care company that will rebrand 14 clinics around Middle Tennessee.
Wayne Smith’s tenure at the helm of Community Health Systems, a span of nearly 24 years that included rapid growth but ended with years of portfolio pruning, will come to an end Jan. 1.
The Williamson Medical Center Foundation recently honored longtime Franklin businessman Ralph Drury for his 12 years of service on its board of directors.
The three independent board members of IMAC Holdings have told the Brentwood-based company they will resign by Nov. 30, citing disagreements with CEO (and fellow director) Jeff Ervin and his team.
After being officially open for eight months and in the midst of a global pandemic, local holistic clinic The Fork Functional Medicine Clinic will hold its grand opening Friday from 4-7 p.m. at its location in Leiper’s Fork.
Brentwood-based LifePoint Health has named a former Citigroup banking executive its senior vice president and chief development officer, effective immediately.
During the spring of 2020, hospitals across the U.S. were gearing up for a surge of COVID-19 patients. They paused elective procedures, and many patients appeared to be forgoing care for serious problems like strokes or heart attacks.
Franklin-based Community Health Systems has agreed to pay $5 million in a multistate settlement related to its 2014 data breach that impacted 6.1 million patients, including nearly 450,000 in Tennessee.
Brent Turner, the former president of Acadia Healthcare, has been named CEO of Summit BHC, a fellow Franklin-based provider of mental health and addiction treatments.
AccuReg, a Mobile, Ala.-based health care technology solutions company that recently moved its Nashville office to Cool Springs in Franklin, announced it has hired a new chief growth officer.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center has announced an agreement with Franklin-based Community Health Systems that will have it purchase two hospitals and acquire a minority stake in another.
Franklin-based Acadia Healthcare is resuming sales negotiations for the United Kingdom business it acquired in 2016 for $1.5 billion, CEO Debbie Osteen announced on Tuesday.