hospital financials

Hospital Finances Flashback: Oregon’s Hospital Districts Face Mounting Pressures

Public-owned hospitals such as Bay Area, Blue Mountain, Coquille Valley, Curry General, Harney District, Lake District, Lower Umpqua, Pioneer Memorial, Southern Coos and Wallowa Memorial struggle to remain independent.

This is from The Lund Report's 2014 look at hospitals. It has been re-printed as we revisit these hospitals in 2015.

OHSU Reports $80 Million in Operating Income

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Last week's unaudited financial report puts the university $23 million over budget, partly due to a $9 million settlement from the IRS

September 18, 2012 -- Budget projections for fiscal year 2012 at Oregon Health & Science University called for maintaining earnings at $57 million – and so far the institution has exceeded that goal, according to a financial report presented to its board of directors last week.

Hospital Profit Margins Slightly Down in 2010

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Close to 20 executives associated with Oregon hospitals earn more than $1 million per year
June 10, 2011 – Oregon hospitals finished the year 2010 with a slightly lower profit margin than in 2009 due to increased uncompensated care and further shortfalls in Medicare and Medicaid, according to Kevin Earls, senior vice president of the Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems
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