Nightmare of Obamacare, part XXVII: Hospitals imploding

So Obamacare is "popular," health care coverage will now extend to millions more, and suddenly...we have a hospital shortage. Via Tyler Durden, Bloomberg reports: A wave of hospitals and other medical companies are likely to restructure their debt or file for bankruptcy in the coming year, following the recent spate of failing retailers and energy drillers, according to restructuring professionals. Regulatory changes, technological advances and the rise of urgent-care centers have created a "perfect storm" for health-care companies, said David Neier, a partner in the New York office of law firm Winston & Strawn LLC. Some signs are already there: Health-care bankruptcy filings have more than tripled this year according to data compiled by Bloomberg, and an index of Chapter 11 filings by companies with more than $1 million of assets has reached record highs in four of the last six quarters, according to law firm Polsinelli...(Read Full Post)

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