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  1. 6 strategies to effectively lead through change

    In a Forbes article, contributor Brent Gleeson discussed the difference between leadership and management, and how to lead through change. By Laura Dyrda -
  2. 7 things for ASC leaders to know for Monday — March 13, 2017

    Here are seven things for ASC leaders to know for Monday, March 13, 2017.  By Eric Oliver -
  3. 15 statistics on ASC staffing

    Here are 15 statistics on surgery center staffing based on the VMG Health 2016 Intellimarker Multi-Specialty ASC Study. By Laura Dyrda -

Outsourced sterile compounding: A strategic decision for advancing patient safety, pperational efficiency and sustainable growth

Outsourced sterile compounding facilities can boost ASC efficiency and help centers meet strategic quality, cost and compliance initiatives for long-term success.
  1. Tenet Healthcare execs win Federation of American Hospitals awards

    The Federation of American Hospitals honored two Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare Corp. executives, D Healthcare Daily reports.  By Megan Wood -
  2. Dr. David Khorram performs cataract surgery during trip to Ghana: 5 highlights

    David Khorram, MD, co-founder of Northern Mariana Islands-based Marianas Eye Institute, performed cataract surgery in Ghana, Africa, according to Marianas Variety.  By Megan Wood -
  3. Drs. David Rubin, Indran Indrakrishnan & more: 8 GI physicians in the headlines — March 10, 2017

    Here are eight gastroenterologists making headlines the week of March 10, 2017.  By Eric Oliver -
  4. Aetna: Changes to Medicaid would hurt business — 5 key notes

    In its annual report, Hartford, Conn.-based Aetna said if Republicans change the Medicaid program, it would have big impacts on the company's bottom line, the Hartford Courant reports.  By Eric Oliver -

Introducing new spine technology in any setting of care

Learn how the Medical Science Liaison can bridge the gap between patients and new spine technology.
  1. Patient engagement key in value-based reimbursement: 4 key notes

    Patient engagement in their health is invaluable for value-based reimbursement, SearchHealthIT reports.  By Eric Oliver -
  2. Colorado could owe CMS $43M after miscalculation: 5 insights

    Colorado's Department of Health Care Policy and Financing estimates it could owe the federal government between $22 million and $43 million after miscalculating the number of Coloradans eligible for an enhanced federal match through Medicare, the Coloradoan reports.  By Eric Oliver -
  3. 46% of providers still unsure of value-based care's effect: 3 survey insights

    A survey in Physicians Practice stated 46 percent of providers are unsure how shifting towards a value-based system will impact their revenue cycles, RevCycle Intelligence reports.  By Eric Oliver -
  4. 5 key notes on jobs growth in February: Ambulatory services drive 27k healthcare job growth

    The United States added 235,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate was flat, according to a report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. By Laura Dyrda -
  1. Christenbury Eye Center performs 1st SMILE LASIK procedure: 5 things to know

    Christenbury Eye Center in Charlotte, N.C., performed the first flapless vision correction procedure using the SMILE LASIK technique with the Zeiss laser. By Laura Dyrda -
  2. How length of stay affects total joint replacement cost: 5 key notes

    A study published in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery examined how the length of stay affected cost for total hip and knee replacement patients. By Laura Dyrda -
  3. 7 things for ASC leaders to know for Thursday — March 9, 2017

    Here are seven things to know for March 9, 2017.  By Eric Oliver -
  4. Surgery Partners revenue jumps 12.2% in 2016 to $1.1B: 10 key notes

    Surgery Partners reported a huge revenue increase in 2016, the first full year since the company's IPO. By Laura Dyrda -
  5. Gender gap striking in healthcare professions — 5 insights

    Fortune breaks down the gender gap by healthcare profession.  By Megan Wood -
  6. How Mark Cuban would replace the ACA and fix the U.S. healthcare system

    Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban used his entrepreneurial experience to develop a plan to fix the U.S. healthcare system, and he wants your help.  By Eric Oliver -
  7. Study shows endometriosis education and awareness is lacking — 4 observations

    Despite statistics showing one in 10 women have endometriosis, a recent study stressed women often don't receive proper education or treatment.  By Adam Schrag -
  8. Humana raises executive salaries nearly 90% — 5 things you need to know

    Louisville, Ky.-based Humana raised the compensation packages of its five chief executives nearly 90 percent from 2015 to 2016.  By Eric Oliver -
  9. Tift Regional begins work on $22M musculoskeletal center in Georgia: 4 key points

    Tifton, Ga.-based Tift Regional Health System began work on its $22 million musculoskeletal center, the Tifton Gazette reports.  By Eric Oliver -

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