KND) closed at 13.54, 69 cents higher. Chickering said RehabCare will do well because of its strength in the skilled nursing business, improving results from its long-term care hospitals and potential new acquisitions. He raised his price target on the stock to $28 per share from $19. HealthSouth's second-quarter results could be better than expected due to greater patient admission volumes and stronger profit margins, he said, and management may raise its profit forecast. He said an arbitration between HealthSouth and accounting firm Ernst & Young is approaching completion and could be finished in the fourth quarter. Chickering raised his price target for HealthSouth to $16 per share from $12.