A small Kalamazoo-based venture capital fund focused on investing in medical device companies looks to close its round of fundraising by month’s end.
Spectrum Health plans to create a foothold in Ionia County with the construction of a new medical campus.
The value placed on Metro Health’s assets that would go to a proposed joint venture with Community Health Systems Inc. appears to be in line with the fair market value of the organization, according to an outside analysis.
The nearly 900 small and midsized business owners that responded to the semi-annual survey by Accident Fund Insurance Co. and the Michigan Business Network continue to have strong expectations for sales and earnings growth in the next six months.
In its latest acquisition to grow in Europe, Allegan-headquartered Perrigo Co. plc plans to buy a German maker of dietary supplements.
Coming off two acquisitions in West Michigan that closed in the second quarter, Chemical Financial Corp. reported higher earnings.
A Kalamazoo-based company that provides high-speed telecommunications services to businesses across the state was among a trio of West Michigan companies to receive venture capital investments in the second quarter.
It’s the money that matters. According to a new survey, the choice of doctors and hospitals appears secondary for many people who buy their own health coverage and opt for a lower premium.
Nearly a year and a half after publicly unveiling the preliminary plans, Mercy Health Muskegon is ready to seek approvals for a $271.2 million expansion and renovation project that would consolidate inpatient medical care at a single campus.
Private equity investments in Michigan are surging with the rest of the nation, as merger and acquisition activity remains strong and provides plenty of opportunity for prospective buyers.