And the bad was spread around, too - it wasn't just one category that was out of line, it was just plain ugly pretty much across the board.
Here are the numbers:
- 307 judgments, totaling $5,987,344
- 19 satisfied judgments, totaling $133,467
- 4 bankruptcies, for a total of $111,423
- Q2's 12-week net of $5,965,300, was up $1,675,912 over the 13-week net for last quarter, a 28% increase.
- On a per-hospital basis, Crouse and St Joe's were both down (57% and 31% respectively), but SUNY more than made up for that; the Q2 total was more than $2.1M higher than Q1
- The total number of filings - 330 - was the highest it's been since the end of 2014, and the fifth highest since I started tracking this way in 2013.
- We had seven weeks out of twelve where there were no satisfied judgments; the previous high was Q1 of 2015 (six out of thirteen)
Finally, comparing the first half of this year to all of last year:
- number of filings: we already have 65% of last year's total
- judgments: we have already accounted for 62% of last year's total
- satisfied judgments: we're at 38.8% of last year's total
- bankruptcies: we're at 24.9% of last year's total
Let's hope that we start off the third quarter in better shape.