were rated Nearly Significant at: AB Nat Muni Inc Fd (NYSE: AFB ); Relypsa (NASDAQ: RLYP ), and; Select Medical (NYSE: SEM ). Insider trades were considered Insignificant at: Vornado Rlty Tr (NYSE: VNO ); Miller Energy Resources (NYSE: MILL
By Fredrik Arnold : Results from here , as verified using Yahoo Finance data for small, mid, & large cap healthcare sector stocks, as of market closing prices August 15 compared with analyst mean target price results one year hence showed Kindred Healthcare, Inc. (NYSE: KND ), flaunted a 30.33% ...
at: Coupons Com (NYSE: COUP ); Umpqua (NASDAQ: UMPQ ); Extended Stay America (NYSE: STAY ); Select Medical (NYSE: SEM ); Sei Inv (NASDAQ: SEIC ); Google (NASDAQ: GOOG ); Facebook (NASDAQ: FB ); Dolby Labs (NYSE: DLB ), and; Acadia
Select Medical Holdings Corporation (NYSE: SEM ) Q2 2014 Results Earnings Conference Call August 08 ..... Good morning and thank you for joining us for today's Select Medical Holdings ' Corporation Earnings Conference Call to discuss the
LRAD +18% . PGEM +16% . WHX +16% . MELI +15% . SHOR +14% . Top 10 Losers: MBII -43% . IRG -32% . HGR -28% . VOLC -26% . RBCN -24% . POST -18% . ALXA -18% . EAC -18% . SEM -18% . RATE -17% . Post your comment!
personal use of aircraft. The company also leases a portion of its corporate offices from the Ortenzio family. Select Medical Holdings operates long-term acute care hospitals and rehabilitation centers for patients requiring extended recovery
Select Medical Holdings Corporation ( SEM ): Q1 EPS of $0.25 beats by $0.02 . Revenue of $762.6M (+1.7% Y/Y) beats by $2.1M . Press Release Post your comment!
Select Medical Holdings released third-quarter earnings on Thursday that reflected continued reimbursement pressure in its hospitals and rehabilitation
As expected, reimbursement pressure in Select Medical Holdings ' hospital and rehabilitation segments continue to weigh on the company’s earnings. The company’s second-quarter results of
In support of our no-moat thesis for Select Medical Holdings SEM and its peers, low reimbursement growth rates, driven by health-care reform, have not kept up with rising treatment costs