Banner Well being posts $57.2M loss since begin of 2020, however experiences bettering earnings from operations


Banner Well being has continued to expertise monetary headwinds, posting a $57.2 million loss within the first 9 months of the yr in comparison with earnings of $393.Four million in the identical interval a yr earlier.

The Pheonix, Ariz.-based non-profit well being system reported income was up, reaching almost $7.three billion within the first 9 months of the yr, up from about $7 billion on the identical time in 2019, in accordance with the well being system’s newest unaudited monetary assertion. 

Nonetheless, its bills had been additionally up, topping $7.1 billion for the primary 9 months of the yr, up from $6.9 billion within the corresponding interval. That was due, partially, to elevated wage and advantages prices (5%) and an uptick in the price of provides (6%).


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Banner additionally reported a lack of $4.7 million in funding earnings year-to-date in comparison with funding earnings of $430 million for a similar interval in 2019.

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Total, Banner Well being generated $154.2 million in working earnings within the first 9 months of the yr, up about 32% from the $116.5 million within the third quarter of 2019. That displays an enchancment from earlier this yr when the well being system reported its working earnings was down within the first half of 2020.

For the primary 9 months of the yr, Banner has posted $5.29 billion in internet affected person service income, up from $5.25 billion in the identical interval of 2019. That was additionally an improved pattern from the primary half of the yr. 

It’s amongst some well being techniques, corresponding to Cleveland Clinic and Trinity Well being, have begun to report some enhancements in monetary efficiency as some affected person volumes returned within the third quarter.

Nonetheless, well being techniques proceed to report weakened efficiency total for the yr in comparison with 2019 resulting from elevated bills within the ongoing response to COVID-19 surges, canceled elective procedures, and deferred care amongst sufferers. Many reported revenues have largely been bolstered by federal reduction {dollars}.

Banner has acquired roughly $436 million in CARES Act reduction funding stimulus funding as of the top of the third quarter, with about $258 million of these funds acknowledged as different working income year-to-date. Banner additionally acquired $621 million in Medicare Advance and Accelerated Funds as a part of federal COVID-19 reduction.

Banner established a brand new line of credit score totaling $150 million from Financial institution of America in the course of the second quarter of 2020. Together with Banner’s financial institution syndicated credit score facility of $400 million, the well being system has entry to $550 million in traces of credit score.

On September 28, Banner drew $200 million on the syndicated credit score facility for the pending acquisition of Wyoming Medical Heart, a 249-licensed mattress basic acute care hospital with two campuses in Casper, Wyoming along with a associated medical group and different ancillary operations.


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