A hospital system CEO and North Carolina’s treasurer bicker over pricing, cost shifting and growth — with huge implications for eastern North Carolina.
The $1.5 billion purchase of Asheville-based Mission Health gained the support of N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein after negotiations that led to concessions from buyer HCA Healthcare.
Novant health is growing at a steady pace and keeps a low key approach.
Nashville-based HCA Healthcare agreed to pay $1.5 billion for Asheville-based Mission Health and Dogwood Health Trust will benefit.
Mission Health CEO Ronald Paulus announced the Asheville-based system’s pending sale to industry giant HCA Healthcare.
Boardrooms at North Carolina’s hospitals are abuzz with dealmaking.
Mission Health’s decision to sell to HCA Healthcare deserves close scrutiny by the public to insure significant benefits for western North Carolina that exceed the potential loss of huge [...]
Mission Health has led the North Carolina hospital industry in many ways for a long time, so maybe it’s appropriate that the Asheville-based health care system lead the consolidation wave. [...]