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Healthcare

Between 2010 and 2015, Corizon, the nation’s largest prison healthcare company, was sued 1,364 times, or more than once every other day, for providing inadequate care.

$3+ B

Revenue

30

States with
privatized Healthcare

25

Work Hours required to Pay
one Copay


Healthcare contractors provide a suite of health services to incarcerated people, including medical and mental healthcare as well as substance abuse treatment. The sector also includes a number of specialized health services such as hospice care, ambulatory care, and pharmacy services. 

Market Share

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Top 5 Market Players

 

Revenues
States
Facilities
People

$1.55 B
27
530
345,000

~$1 B
38
160
250,000

NA
12
200
280,000

$150 M
7
150
112,000

$212 M
NA
NA
75,000



sources

Galik, Lauren, L. Gilroy, and A. Volokh, "Annual Privatization Report 2014: Criminal Justice and Corrections." Reason Foundation. June 2014. 

"List of large private companies." Bhamwiki. 

Meyers, Woodrow A, "Letter to D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson." Corizon. March 18, 2015.

"Moody's downgrades Correct Care Solutions Group Holdings, LLC's CFR to Caa2 from Caa1; outlook negative." Moody's. December 20, 2016.

Neate, Rupert, "Welcome to Jail Inc: how private companies make money off US prisons." The Guardian. June 16, 2016. 

Royse, David, "Medical battle behind bars: Big prison healthcare firm Corizon struggles to win contracts." Modern Healthcare. April 11, 2015. 

"Wexford Health Sources, Inc.Buzzfile.