Post-Pandemic Hospital Insolvency Risk


Recent estimates suggest that U.S. hospitals are losing more than $1 billion dollars a day due to COVID-19 and that up to 25% of U.S. hospitals could file bankruptcy, close or sell in the next 12 -24 months due to continuing weak revenue, COVID-19 structural changes, higher expenses and inadequate federal and health plan support - unless critical early action steps are taken. Join Sheppard Mullin, ToneyKorf Partners and Cain Brothers in a 90 minute discussion of:

  • The state of U.S. hospitals today, who is at risk and concerning trends, drawing on Cain Brothers’ up to date assessment of the regional impact of COVID on the hospital sector and the likely impact of accelerated merger and affiliation transactions
  • ToneyKorf’s intriguing Pandemic Impact & Mitigation Strategy (PIMS) model to forecast the COVID-19 pandemic impact on hospital financial stability, and key early action initiatives to reduce insolvency risk
  • Market transactions and opportunities highlighted by Sheppard Mullin that can transform hospitals and position them for successful recovery

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