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ENVISION HEALTHCARE (EVHC) News
Judge tosses Envision suit against United
Envision Healthcare executives’ attempt to safeguard millions of dollars from UnitedHealthcare has come up short for now in Florida federal court.
U.S. District Court Judge Ursula Ungaro late last month dismissed Nashville-based Envision’s lawsuit that claimed United had breached the companies’ contract by lowering a number of reimbursement rates and by not adding a number of newly acquired Envision doctor groups to its network. As part of its complaint, Envision also was seeking to stop United from collecting more than $140 million worth of alleged overpayments.
Even though the two companies had agreed to resolve disputes via arbitration, Envision execs filed suit in March because they saw United’s actions as already having violated those arbitration clauses. Ungaro waved off that claim as insufficient and said the companies need to resolve their disagreement out of court.
Ungaro’s decision came a few weeks after United said it will end its contract with Envision by early next year.
Envision on Monday reported first-quarter results that showed a net loss of $86.4 million — down from $448 million in the same period of 2017, when the company took a big one-time hit related to its now-sold medical transportation business — on revenues of $2.08 billion. Net earnings from continuing operations rose slightly to $88.1 million and adjusted EBITDA was down a tick to $208 million.
In a statement, President and CEO Chris Holden called the quarter’s results “solid” and pointed to cost cuts that are on track to save the company $100 million on an annual basis.
Shares of Envision (Ticker: EVHC) closed Monday at $36.90, down 1 percent on the day, but climbed 3 percent after hours to $38. They are up slightly year to date but down more than 30 percent year over year.Get Started today! - Risk Free