Eight hospital and health system agreements have been canceled since October, whether it was the cancellation of a merger or acquisition or the dissolution of a partnership.
1. Hackensack Meridian and Englewood withdraw merger plans
Hackensack Meridian Health and Englewood (NJ) Health, based in Edison, New Jersey, have abandoned plans to merge, a Hackensack Meridian spokesperson told Becker.
2. Canyon Atlantic ends bid to buy 2 Pennsylvania hospitals
The potential buyer of two closed Pennsylvania hospitals has filed a motion to end litigation to buy the facilities, The local daily reported March 8.
3. Lifespan, Care New England withdraws merger request
The boards of Lifespan and Care New England – both based in Providence, RI – decided to withdraw their merger request after the Federal Trade Commission announced on February 17 that it would take legal action to block the merger. ‘deal.
4. Hoag, Providence to split: 5 things to know
Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach, Calif., and Providence, a Catholic health care system based in Renton, Wash., announced they would end their affiliation in January.
5. Trinity Health will not buy Tower Health Hospital
Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic has dropped plans to buy Chestnut Hill Hospital from Tower Health in Philadelphia, according to the Philadelphia plaintiff.
6. Arizona Hospital backs out of potential partnership with LifePoint
The nonprofit Yuma, Arizona, Regional Medical Center will not be moving forward with an affiliation with Brentwood, Tenn.-based LifePoint Health, and said it will explore other options to better respond. to the needs of the community.
7. Ascension, AdventHealth to untie the partnership
Ascension and AdventHealth are ending their Amita Health partnership after working together for nearly seven years, the organizations announced Oct. 21.
8. SSM Health drops agreement to sell Missouri hospital to Quorum
St. Louis-based SSM Health has dropped plans to sell a Missouri hospital to Brentwood, Tennessee-based Quorum Health, according to the Newsstand.