As of fiscal 2016, RWHS had approximately $81 million in outstanding long-term debt primarily consisting of the $73 million in series 2016A bonds and approximately $6 million in series 2016B, with the rest small capital leases.
However, in connection with its upcoming EHR replacement project, RWHS has issued approximately $20 million in additional debt in 2017 to support costs of the implementation.
RWHS accounts for its ownership in MCR using the equity method and reports all changes in income as non-operating revenues for a combined total of $18.
In fiscal 2016, RWHS had an 88% market share in its PSA, an increase from fiscal 2012 when it was 85%.
RWHS covenants to provide audited financial statements and operating data within 150 days of its fiscal year end and certain unaudited financial information within 60 days of each fiscal quarter.
According to the results of the first section of the questionnaire, the majority of respondents were homeowners; this allows for the possible management of a RWHS.
Nevertheless, financial support for a RWHS installation is a point of discussion.
Thus, financial support from governmental institutions turns out to be one of the main factors to encourage respondents to implement a RWHS but, at the same time, where this support should come from was not identified.
5%) and the respondents show a high willingness to install and maintain a RWHS.