That earnings report starts off badly with the company announcing preliminary diluted earnings per share of -$4.09. That fails to reach Wall Street’s estimate of -$2.49 per share. It’s also a wider loss than the -$3.81 per share reported in the same period of the year prior.
Adding to this is the company’s revenue of $3.55 million reported in Q1 2023. Yet again, that’s well below Wall Street’s estimate of $4.13 million for the quarter. It’s also a drop from the $4.7 million reported during the first quarter of 2022.
John Farlinger, executive chairman and CEO of Assure, said the following in the earnings report:
“During 2023, we have continued to experience weakness in reimbursement rates in certain markets that began in the second half of 2022. Although managed cases improved slightly year-over-year, gross revenue declined.”
IONM Stock Movement on Friday
Investors aren’t happy with these preliminary results, and it makes sense considering they missed estimates. This has led to some 1 million shares of IONM stock changing hands as of this writing. That’s already above its daily average trading volume of about 400,000 shares.
IONM stock is down 36.3% as of Friday morning after rallying 18.4% on Thursday.
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