Per share, results were 6 cents vs. 8 cents last year. On average, the two analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters expected 4 cents a share for the recent quarter.
Revenues rose 14 percent to $16.7 million. Operating income rose 26 percent to $2.3 million, reflecting mostly the strong revenue growth.
HealthStream, meanwhile, said it expects full-year consolidated revenues to grow by 11 percent to 13 percent from last year.
On average, analysts forecast net income of 16 cents a share for this year.
Shares of the Nashville-based learning and research applications provider for the health care industry fell 18 cents to $4.39 in trading Monday. Its financial results were announced after the markets had closed.
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