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…
The directors of Surgery Partners have rejigged the company’s executive suite, naming CEO Wayne DeVeydt to the post of executive chairman and promoting the former Tenet Healthcare executive they brought on last year as COO to be CEO.
Community Health Systems executives have settled a securities fraud class action lawsuit for $53 million, according to a brief filed Tuesday in federal court.
Executives with Surgery Partners have filed papers with the Securities and Exchange Commission that lay the groundwork for them to raise up to $250 million in various ways.
A group of New York investors that manage about $1.3 billion has filed papers with the Securities and Exchange Commission declaring its intent to get more actively involved with the affairs of Tivity Health, which the money mangers consider to be undervalued.
The CFO of Community Health Systems will step down from his position in a few weeks after a little more than three years with the Franklin-based hospital operator.
Tivity Health President and COO Dawn Zier has left the Franklin-based company less than eight months after coming aboard as part of the $1.3 billion acquisition of Nutrisystem.
The New York Stock Exchange has again put Quorum Health on its naughty list, pointing out that the hospital company’s stock price — which averaged 90 cents in the 30 trading days before Dec. 3 — has been below $1 for too long.
The Franklin-based health care company Tivity renewed a major contract for its gym membership program for seniors, but a competitor is threatening that business.
A year after the parent of American Addiction Centers reported heavy losses due to a Google algorithm change that slashed its call center traffic and saw its stock fall more than 40 percent in a day, Brentwood-based AAC Holdings is still underperforming.
The leaders of Quorum Health said Thursday they need to negotiate some concessions from their lenders after the struggling hospital operator’s third-quarter results were hurt by “a short-term deterioration” in bill collections.