Yield seekers distinguish between hospitals, nursing homes
- Vital signs. Soule, Alexander // Westchester County Business Journal;11/17/2008, Vol. 47 Issue 46, p19
The article reports on the impact of the law that restricted bond financing on the continuing care communities in New York. The law led several senior residential facilities operating in the Northeast to declare bankruptcy or gone into receivership. Others are reviewing the balance sheets as...
- Healthcare sector: Poor results, good investments. // High Yield Report;11/09/98, Vol. 9 Issue 43, p1
Reports on the stability of bond prices in the long-term healthcare companies in the United States, despite poor showing in the quarterly results. Quarterly earnings of companies in the industry; Good buying opportunities offered by bonds; Expected increase in revenue in 1999.
- Hospitals' capital demands seen growing in face of limited supply. Costello, Mary Ann // AHA News;8/19/2002, Vol. 38 Issue 32, p3
Provides information on a report by the Healthcare Finance Forum regarding the demand for capital by nonprofit hospitals in the U.S. as of August 19, 2002. Challenges facing hospitals seeking to finance capital projects; Forecasts on the construction spending on hospitals and nursing homes;...
- Abandonment? Peck, Richard L. // Nursing Homes: Long Term Care Management;May95, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p3
Editorial. Reports on the dangers of patient abandonment in the United States. Criticism of the government's failure to address long-term care financing; Nursing homes' efforts to redefine and enrich the concept of long-term care; Development of various levels of care aimed at meeting specific...
- IRS Investigates Remarketing Of Colorado Nursing Home Debt. Albanese, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;01/26/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31065, p1
Reports the bond remarketing investigation of a nursing home by the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Determination of the bond remarketing process; Prevalence of possible violation of the IRS Revenue Ruling 94-42; Doubt over profits gained from bond defeasance.
- Wisconsin Investment Board Returns Nursing Home Bonds to Heartland. Fine, Jacob // Bond Buyer;10/2/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31483, p7
Focuses on the municipal bond deals purchased by the Wisconsin Investment Board. Filing of audited financial statements; Mutual funds and private accounts used in health care; Decision of the investment board to return nursing home bonds to the region.
- Shorter calls on the rise. Harris, Elizabeth E. // Bond Buyer;05/04/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30633, p1
Reports that small nursing home bond deals in Minnesota, are being introduced through the new-issue calendar with five-year calls. Comments by Delaware Investments portfolio manager Elizabeth Howell; Economic Development Authority assisted-living and elderly housing deal; Factors contributing...
- New Jersey nursing home offers to buy back its bonds at face value. Hoffman, David // Bond Buyer;08/28/98, Vol. 325 Issue 30467, p3
Reports on New Jersey nursing home Lakewood of Voorhees' offer to buy back subordinated income bonds at 100% of the principal amount, but without payment of accrued interest. Issuance of the bonds through the New Jersey Economic Development Authority; Structure of the original deal; Nursing...
- Middlesex County, N.J., Considers Bonds for Nursing Home. Higginbotham, Stacey // Bond Buyer;03/12/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31094, p44
Reports that Middlesex County, New Jersey officials is planning to issue bonds to finance a proposed nursing home to replace the Roosevelt Care Center in Edison. Total value of bonds to be issued by the local government to finance the project; Credit rating of the county; Risks associated with...