The president of Tivity Health’s health care business will leave the Franklin-based company at the end of this month, about 20 months after moving into the job when the owner of the SilverSneakers brand acquired Nutrisystem.
Shares of Surgery Partners climbed 20 percent Wednesday after the company’s executives reported a smaller-than-expected second-quarter loss and said they expect that, if current trends hold, to quickly grow earnings in the second half of 2020.
The Brentwood health care company Premise Health is expecting the cost of surgeries to increase as hospitals rush to reschedule procedures postponed during the height of the coronavirus crisis.
The Franklin company AdhereHealth, which aims to help patients correctly use their medications, has opened a new pharmacy delivery facility in Arizona and recently formed a partnership with the University of Tennessee’s pharmacy college to address the coronavirus pandemic.
The Williamson County health care company Fast Pace Urgent Care received one of the state’s largest loans through the Paycheck Protection Program, but has also laid off more than 150 workers.
Addiction treatment provider Spero Health on Tuesday opened the doors to its first clinic in Virginia, a move that comes on the heels of similar expansions in Western Kentucky and Northeast Ohio.
The directors of Tivity Health have extended until year’s end the 25 percent salary cuts for the fitness and nutrition services company’s top five executives, although the company will replace those cuts with restricted stock grants.
A very familiar Middle Tennessee heath care face has been tapped to lead the new iteration of Quorum Health as the hospital owner emerges from a bankruptcy restructuring. Brentwood-based Quorum on Tuesday said Joey Jacobs is its new leader, taking over from Bob Fish, who himself took the hel…
The number of COVID-19 cases at Williamson Medical Center has increased over the last several weeks, tracking closely with a statewide increase in illnesses and hospitalizations.
The private investment firm Flacks Group has acquired a Brentwood company that provides health care and pharmacy services for jails and prisons.
The Brentwood health care company Premise Health has opened a new medical clinic for the Minnesota-based food company Hormel Foods.
A behavioral health group in Brentwood has acquired a network of treatment centers focusing on addiction and mental health.
The coronavirus pandemic took an enormous financial toll on health care providers, especially those mainly provide elective care.
Executives of behavioral health services company Acadia Healthcare are looking to raise $450 million via a private offering of debt that will mature in 2028 and pay off notes scheduled to mature in the next two years.
The backers of Quorum Health’s bankruptcy reorganization have picked a former investment banker and longtime consultant to be the seventh member of the company’s future board of directors.
Acadia Healthcare executives are partnering with their peers at East Tennessee’s Covenant Health system on a 90-bed behavioral hospital in West Knoxville.
If Cracker Barrel Old Country Store’s experience coming back from the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic represents casual dining as a whole, the message would appear to be: We’re halfway back but who knows how long before we make up the rest of the lost ground.
Brentwood-based Premise Health provides health care, often directly at workplaces, to employees at large companies. The coronavirus pandemic forced many of those companies to send workers home, and in response Premise rolled out a number of new telehealth products.
Quorum Health and its largest shareholder continue to tussle in bankruptcy court over the hospital company’s reorganization plan, which would wipe out equity investors.
Tivity Health will pay its incoming president and CEO a little less than his predecessor but is making up for it by granting him thousands of shares that, if vested today, would be worth more than $6.4 million.
Brentwood-based health care communications firm Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock has added veteran executives David Pate and Denise Venditti as of-counsel advisors.
A longtime Walgreens executive has been tapped to fill the president and CEO roles at Tivity Health three months after a leadership shakeup resulted in the resignation of Donato Tramuto and other high-ranking officers.
The leaders of BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee have announced the Chattanooga-based insurer will continue covering telehealth services permanently after major spikes in usage during the pandemic.