The stock market experienced its largest one-day drop since early 2018.
The three major stock indices each fell by more than 3% Monday, one of the worst performing days in more than a year.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by more than 1,000 points, finishing down 3.56%, while the Nasdaq fell 3.71% and the S&P 500 fell 3.35%.
The Dow Jones U.S. Health Care Providers Index also fell 6.36%, finishing down 145.25 points.
Many observers tied the stock market's performance to increased fears surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.
Below is a breakdown of the stock performances by healthcare companies:
Universal Health Services Inc. slipped by 1.10%.
Quorum Health Corp. fell 2%.
Tenet Healthcare tumbled 4.33%.
HCA Healthcare dropped 5.3%.
Community Health Systems fell by more than 16%.
CVS Health Corp. dropped by almost 5%.
Anthem Inc. tumbled 5.8%.
Humana Inc. fell 6.32%.
Cigna Corp. fell by 7.59%.
Molina Healthcare Inc. dropped 7.62%.
UnitedHealth Group Inc. slid 7.7%.
Centene Corp. fell 9.33%.
Allergan PLC dropped by nearly 1%.
Merck & Co. Inc. fell by just over 1%.
Sanofi fell by almost 2%.
Pfizer Inc. fell 2.73%.
AstraZeneca PLC ADR dropped nearly 5%.
Other healthcare companies:
DaVita Inc. slipped 1.32%.
Encompass Health Corp. dropped almost 3%.
Fresenius Medical Care fell 3.2%.
Magellan Health Inc. slid 3.34%.
Cerner Corp. dropped 3.48%.
One Medical fell by just over 7%.
Jack O'Brien is the finance editor at HealthLeaders, a Simplify Compliance brand.