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How Does ASC Case Volume Outlook Affect Valuation? 15 Statistics

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Nearly half of ambulatory surgery center management and development companies, 47 percent, observe that ASC case volume is stable, according to VMG Health's 2011 ASC ValueDriver Survey. But how do these companies perceive factors that could potentially affect case volume in relation to ASC valuation?

Impact of high reliance on a few physicians to drive case volume

•    Very low: 0 percent
•    Low: 0 percent
•    Medium: 7 percent
•    High: 40 percent
•    Very high: 53 percent

Impact of high reliance on non-physician owners to drive case volume

•    Very low: 0 percent
•    Low: 7 percent
•    Medium: 27 percent
•    High: 40 percent
•    Very high: 27 percent

Impact of high concentration of patient volume from a single payer

•    Very low: 0 percent
•    Low: 7 percent
•    Medium: 20 percent
•    High: 33 percent
•    Very high: 40 percent

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