Hooper Holmes, Inc.
Hooper Holmes Inc., a health screening and laboratory testing company, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring on Aug. 27, 2018. Its dire financial condition was signaled by its FRISK® score of “1,” the worst possible rating, for more than a year. The FRISK® score is 96% effective in predicting financial stress and bankruptcy risk in public companies, and is used by thousands of risk professionals.
This Bankruptcy Case Study evaluates a variety of factors that eventually caused this healthcare company to file for bankruptcy. Despite more than doubling net sales over the last five years, with the help of its Provant Health merger, the company was unable to control costs and had persistent cash flow problems. This weakness eventually led the company to breach a covenant on its term loan. Credit professionals can use the CreditRiskMonitor service to help identify financial risk exposure such as this with enough time for proactive risk mitigation.
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CreditRiskMonitor Bankruptcy Case Studies provide post-filing analyses of public company bankruptcies. Our case studies educate subscribers about methods they can apply to assess bankruptcy risk using CreditRiskMonitor’s proprietary FRISK® score, robust financial database, and timely news alerts.
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