5 articles on ASC out-of-network strategy
Should ASCs move from out-of-network to in-network? Assessing the switch
At the 20th Annual Ambulatory Surgery Centers Conference on Oct. 25, I. Naya Kehayes, MPH, and Matt Kilton, MBA, MHA, of Eveia Health Consulting and Management discussed the process of assessing the movement from out-of-network to in-network and its impact on profits.
3 myths of out-of-network reimbursements
At the 12th Annual Spine, Orthopedic and Pain Management-Driven Conference + Future of Spine in Chicago on June 13, John Bartos, JD, CEO of Collect Rx, discussed, and debunked, common myths regarding out-of-network reimbursements.
8 key thoughts for ASCs on out-of-network services
John Bartos, JD, CEO of Collect Rx, sheds light on eight key OON concepts for ASCs.
Can the ASC industry still effectively wield out-of-network strategy?
Suzanne Webb, ASC Billing Division Vice President of Operations at MediGain, gives a snapshot of what the market looks like for OON ASCs and how that tactic remains a viable, and valued, option.
ASC value: how important are CON, out-of-network opportunities?
Jessica Nantz, President of Outpatient Healthcare Strategies, discusses the importance of the certificate of need and out-of-network opportunities to the value of an ambulatory surgery center.
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