A previously profitable, rural county hospital with approximately $55 million in net patient revenues initiated a suit against a national hospital management company to recover damages resulting from the management company’s gross negligence. Under the management company, the hospital’s financial condition had dramatically deteriorated to the point that it was ultimately required to seek protection from its creditors and file for bankruptcy.  As a result, the hospital lost key physician practices and market share to a nearby competitor.  HMP was engaged to document the management company’s gross negligence and to determine the precise amount of operating profits lost as a direct result of the management company’s failure to perform.

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