Outpatient Centers Lend Hospitals a Helping Hand With ProfitsOutpatient surgical centers are helping out hospitals, according to Columbus Business First.
Hospitals are building and acquiring more outpatient centers, largely in the suburbs, to please patients and help their bottom lines.
The centers — which feature imaging, surgical suites, medical offices and urgent care — offer shorter waiting times for patients and more inexpensive services. As a result, more ASCs could be popping up in the future.
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