Friday, March 26, 2010

Hypothetical world

Bond Buyer has this:  Nonprofit Hospitals Now in Play.

So merely as a thought exercise...   You know, I can't even type it.   Just imagine.


Blogger joe said...

Can't imagine it happening here - maybe if UPMC had not already brought Mercy into the fold.

I'm hoping some national health policy writers can help us out with how this is going to change the health care business world here in Pittsburgh, being an Eds & Meds leader and all. We're not like a lot of places (and that's a good thing), but it's going to be different here for sure.

I suggest this How will our hospitals react to HCR for those seeking to understand a little better the conversations in the Top of the Triangle bar these days.

And some timely data from Brown about where the 30-day rehospitalization rates are highest. Those are rehospitalization rates from nursing homes, but the hospitals will be rewarded for doing the things necessary to reduce rehospitalizations of Medicare beneficiaries (not exactly the case right now).

Saturday, March 27, 2010 9:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It'll never happen, but holy crap could you imagine UPMC being for-profit (which for all things not tax related it already is).

HOLY MOSES! The City could pave every street, fill up the pension fund, build another stadium, and give massive undeserved raises immediatly!

Saturday, March 27, 2010 11:58:00 AM  
Anonymous johnnyg said...

Why the rush to focus on UPMC? With its recent troubles, the West Penn Allegheny system would seem a better fit for a hedge fund looking for a turnaround opportunity. Of course, I wish those Boston hospitals lots of luck. One only needs to look at Chrysler to see what a bang-up manager Cerberus can be.

Monday, March 29, 2010 1:39:00 PM  
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