Lack of action from Tennessee’s state government is preventing local therapists from providing online care at a time when their clients need it more than ever.
Shares of hospital companies fell on Friday as investors digested the proposed support for the sector in the federal stimulus bill moving through Congress versus the apparent loss of business they are experiencing.
Orthopedic treatment company IMAC Holdings has secured $1 million in funding from a veteran investor in small-cap public companies to help fund its efforts to develop a stem cell-based treatment.
Therapists in Tennessee have switched en masse to online meetings over the last few weeks to protect clients and employees from the new coronavirus, but regulatory confusion is making that harder.
The local office of Mississippi-based accounting and business advisory firm Horne LLP has hired Albert Hutzler as a director for the firm’s health care team.
Health care and technology-focused investment bank Brentwood Capital Advisors has added to its team a managing director with a dozen years of experience at Raymond James and the Morgan Keegan organization it bought in 2012.
Even with just one hospital, Williamson County has more beds than most counties in Tennessee, but doctors and researchers are warning that the coronavirus outbreak could soon overwhelm the U.S. health care system. They say Williamson County is not exempt.
Stones River Dermatology has opened a new practice in Thompson’s Station, its third location since it began providing dermatology services over a decade ago.
Shares of Quorum Health cratered Wednesday, losing more than half of their value, after investment firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts said talks with the hospital operator have turned to exploring “a reorganization […] in which no assurances can be given that holders of […] common stock will recei…
Franklin-based health care technology firm AccuReg has tapped former Concert Genetics senior vice president Blair Baker to be its chief product and information officer.
After nearly finishing its plan to streamline its community portfolio and hitting its financial goals for the year, the Brentwood-based senior living company Brookdale is adding a healthcare executive to its board of directors.
German dialysis giant Fresenius Medical Care, whose kidney care branch is based in Franklin, is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for health care fraud and is allegedly not complying with subpoena requests.
Wayne Smith is the only CEO Community Health Systems has ever had, and neither he nor the company’s board has said anything about when he might step away. But those directors — Smith among them — last week sent a pretty clear signal that they’re confident in the frontrunner to succeed him.
The next Nutrisystem domino has fallen at Tivity Health, where two directors will make way this spring for representatives of an activist hedge fund that bought 1.75 million shares of the company in the wake of last week’s exit of CEO Donato Tramuto.
An Atlanta company with a big Cool Springs office has acquired a Franklin software company that markets reporting and analytics tools for various health care providers.
A number of analysts following Tivity Health have slashed their price targets for the company by 40 percent or more in the wake of bad news about the company’s Nutrisystem division and the exit of CEO Donato Tramuto and his lieutenant Keira Krausz.
Shares of Community Health Systems have jumped more than 40 percent this week after the hospital giant posted strong end-of-year revenues and its largest increase in same-story admissions since 2008.
The insurance company BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee plans to open eight primary care centers in Tennessee, including one in Brentwood.
Tivity Health shares dropped more than 35 percent after hours Wednesday after the company leadership announced the ouster of CEO Donato Tramuto and wrote down the value of its Nutrisystem brand nearly a quarter.
The newest public company in Williamson County decided to move its headquarters from Southern California to Brentwood because of the availability of talent, centralized location and business friendly environment.
A federal court has certified a securities class action against Tivity Health that accuses the Franklin-based company of misleading investors about UnitedHealthcare bringing its services in-house.
A Brentwood-based health tech company has been purchased by a home health information technology subsidiary of ResMed, the public company with a market value of more than $20 billion.
The main banks lending money to AAC Holdings have given the addiction treatment services provider a little breathing room as both sides move closer to a more comprehensive restructuring of their relationship.
Community Health Systems executives this week said they are raising $1.46 billion via a sale of five-year debt. The private offering grew more than 40 percent from its originally planned $1.02 billion and will have an interest rate of 6.625 percent.
Brentwood-based LifePoint Health has announced Lisa Estrada will take the place of Reggie Hill as senior vice president and chief compliance officer, effective immediately.
Tivity Health has signed a multi-year agreement to offer its fitness program to Walmart's 1.5 million associates and their dependents across the United States.Franklin-based Tivity company's Prime Fitness division will launch the Walton Life Fitness Pass for Walmart's workers. It will includ…