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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inspiration Healthcare Group Plc LSE:IHC London Ordinary Share GB00BXDZL105 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 114.00 112.00 116.00 114.00 114.00 114.00 194,782 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 37.0 3.1 5.1 22.4 78

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/4/2020
13:15
so IHC got a £5m ventilators order (with Consortium) and made 50% jump to 90p yet BVC (BATM) yesterday announced $30 MILLION order with advance payment on 7 MILLION yet it is merely moved still go figure...
rumobejo
22/4/2020
23:38
How refreshing to see a knowledgeable CEO with a clear vision for the company and talking from a position of strength too. Locked in some shares on the last dip and after this I'm happy to sit on them for the foreseeable. Great company, great product, growing and innovating. What more could you want really.
hootstox
22/4/2020
08:44
CEO interview tinyurl.com/y8effjou
troutisout
21/4/2020
12:52
Agree Fuji - at 61p/share, this is known as the madness of markets!!! We need someone like Simon Thompson of Investors Chronicle to point this out to the masses...
lammylover
21/4/2020
12:36
troutisout - Agree that ventilators are always in demand from every hospital - with or without Covid 19. Ventilators are needed to treat asthmatic patients needing emergency procedure, premature babies and those going into comas etc. Then you have a company with a market cap of £23 million making £17.5 million sales and £1.5 million profit with £4.5 million cash. This is a pretty special and unusual case.
fuji99
21/4/2020
12:14
grannyboy, As the crisis has unfolded the Clinicians have realised the CPAP and other non invasive methods are best to be tried first. However patients that are severely ill still need to go on a ventilator, these patients are unlikely to survive as their body cannot do it on it's own, so there is a high incidence of people dying but flip it and see that some people are surviving the virus after being put on a ventilator, not just the negative scenario the media want to keep pushed. Importantly this is now realised, before ventilators were the standard treatment and they are learning as this goes on, this is a new virus and trial and error will eventually find better ways to treat patients, new drugs and ultimately vaccines. We can't expect everything to be correctly performed from the start of a new virus, yet nowadays everyone seems to expect this in life. One thing that is also missed, ventilators are used in hospitals all the time, just because of COVID, it doesn't mean the demand has disappeared from the other needs for ventilators
troutisout
21/4/2020
11:40
IHC issue 2nd RNS of FY results to end January 2020 - looks like the BOD were shocked by share price drop this morning and have tried to rehash the format of the results to highlight the many positives from LY. Could do with up to date info on current situation with sales revenue (including one off ventilator orders)for this year. Rich
lammylover
21/4/2020
11:35
FYI - just posted all my latest forecasts & valuation benchmarks on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/CapitalPmh/status/1252545349174034433
brummy_git
21/4/2020
11:35
grannyboy - This was why they reverted to more efficient and more sophisticated ventilators from IHC. Without ventilators, the number of dead will rocket. See what's happening in the US and what will happen in India and Africa in the next few weeks. I wish them well in any case.
fuji99
21/4/2020
11:14
I agree..if you go to hospital stay off the ventilator. Assisted oxygen is what you need. Like what Boris got.
meijiman
21/4/2020
11:05
Going by the numbers of patients that have died after been put on ventilstors/respirators shows they don't work.
grannyboy
21/4/2020
10:15
Yes, I agree it would have been good to get some clear feedback on the status of the ventilator orders IHC received and placed with international ventilator manufacturers, as it remains unclear if these orders will be / are being fulfilled. But I am happy with IHC's contribution to the domestic UK ventilator efforts: The UK government's desperate plea for ventilators was initially badly organised, triggering a stampede of non-medical(!) companies working 24/7 to re-invent the wheel. (This "how hard can it be to design a ventilator?" logic smacks of Dominic Cummings-like intellectual arrogance). Against this backdrop IHC has contributed its highly relevant expertise and common sense by helping one of the consortia support proven UK ventilator manufacturer(s) to ramp up (Penlon, perhaps also Smiths). Now IHC's role, expertise and hospital relationships seem to eventually be recognised and appreciated (even!) by the UK government (in this confusing myriad of clueless companies bumbling around) - see the final sentence this extract from today's RNS below: "In addition, we have been providing market and sector expertise to the 'Ventilator Challenge UK' consortium one of the many consortia that took up the Prime Minister's challenge of trying to scale the UK supply of ventilators. We were also contracted through Cabinet Office to extend our own 24/7 helpline to include any 'UK Ventilator Challenge' ventilators." This vote of confidence speaks to the credibility of this small company and might stand them in good stead wrt broadening and deepening its business with the NHS in the future. hxxps://www.ventilatorchallengeuk.com
vprt
21/4/2020
09:20
Lammylover - I think they will report orders separately during the coming weeks. They just don't want to blow too much their trumpet but happy to wait and be invested in a profitable company helping to save lives under all conditions - with and without the pandemic.
fuji99
21/4/2020
09:09
Agree Fuji - it amazes me how a small profitable medical supply company like IHC can be so far under the radar! Especially when companies that are not even trading during the CV pandemic see share prices rising, purely based on hope. The only criticism of this RNS is that there is little mention of current Q1 / trading situation, and in particular no repeat mention of the £5m one off orders of ventillators etc from the NHS. Probably this business is just too honest to write a really positive, upbeat RNS and perhaps doesn't want to be seen to be profiteering in the current situation. I get this, but hope next trade update starts with "the BOD is pleased to announce...". Rich
lammylover
21/4/2020
09:01
It is just a matter of time before it comes under the radar of analysts and institutions. Not only they are cheap and have cash, they make a profit thus self-sufficient and this is under the harshest conditions in the history of the stock market.
fuji99
21/4/2020
08:50
At 61p/share this business is valued at £23.4m. This is with £4.5m cash in bank. Bargain!!
lammylover
21/4/2020
08:44
RNS FY to end Jan 2020 Revenue up 15% to £17.8m Like for like revenue up 12% Gross margin up from 45.5% to 48.2% Operational profit up 24% to £1.5m Profit before tax £1.1m (was £1.2m last year) after exceptional items Viomedex performed in line in 4 months since acquisition Cash £4.5m Market value at 64p is £24.5m RNS needed more info on outlook / update - IHC received £5m one off orders in first quarter which were hardly mentioned, hence drop in share price this morning. Needs some good media coverage in Shares / Investors Chronicle to get more bargain hunting buyers. Rich
lammylover
21/4/2020
07:54
Excellent set of results with a very promising future growth. This great performance is delivered when many industries are suffering. A great achievement !
fuji99
17/4/2020
13:24
17 April 2020 We are extremely proud to be part of the team involved in producing ventilators for the #NHS httPs://twitter.com/InspHealthcare/status/1251082441785253890
pecuniarum copia
16/4/2020
17:15
15 April 2020 Inspiration Healthcare are proud to be a part of the Ventilator Challenge UK to support the NHS throughout this uncertain time. httPs://twitter.com/InspHealthcare/status/1250461591184834566
pecuniarum copia
16/4/2020
09:37
Doesn't matter when the demand is so high.
jonny_five111
16/4/2020
09:14
More importantly for IHC though, is its more competition
brummy_git
16/4/2020
08:00
A bit late to the party!
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