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February 14, 2013
16:12 EDTAIRM, HCAAir Methods enters agreements with HCA MidAmerica, HCA North Florida
Air Methods (AIRM) announced it has entered into agreements with HCA MidAmerica and North Florida Divisions (HCA). Air Methods will provide medical communication services through its DirectCall Transfer Center for the MidAmerica Division, and has established a preferred provider agreement with the North Florida Division for air medical transport services. As part of the MidAmerica Division agreement, Air Methods' DirectCall Transfer Center will assist with inter-facility patient transports between the MidAmerica Division's 18-affiliated hospitals and other surrounding medical centers. Air Methods' DirectCall Transfer Center will manage all incoming and outgoing calls among the health system's hospitals, physicians and other hospitals based on pre-established medical communication service policies and procedures. The MidAmerica Division has hospitals located in Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Missouri. Operations are expected to begin Q1.
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07:29 EDTAIRMAir Methods shares should be owned into end of 2014, says Oppenheimer
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October 7, 2014
06:03 EDTHCACMS readmission penalties increase in 2015, says Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo says CMS released the final 2015 IPPS payment penalties for hospital readmissions, with incremental earnings Impact of down 0.2% to down 1.9% at for-profit hospitals. The firm estimates Community Health Systems (CYH) and Tenet Health (THC) will see the largest incremental reimbursement reduction in 2015, equal to down 1.9% and down 1.4%, respectively. It notes 2015 is the third year of hospital readmission penalties with a maximum penalty of 3%, up from 2% in 2014 and 1% in 2013. Wells has Outperform ratings on Community Health and HCA Holdings (HCA), and Market Perform ratings on LifePoint Hospitals (LPNT), Tenet and Universal Health (UHS).

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