Previously unpopular, nursing homes are seeing increases in insured bond activity

Tunick, Britt
March 1998
Bond Buyer;03/03/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30342, p28
Trade Publication
Reports on the increase in insured penetration of the health care sector and nursing homes in the United States. Factors making nursing homes a risky area of the market to insure; Insured bond activity growth as an indication of the maturity of both the health care and nursing home industries.


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