Register today for the 17th Annual Improving Profitability, and Business and Legal
Issues for ASCs Conference (Oct. 21-23, 2010; Chicago) by clicking here
. This exclusive
conference, sponsored by the Ambulatory Surgery Association, Ambulatory
Surgery Foundation and Becker's ASC
Review, is focused on key business, financial,
clinical and legal issues facing ASCs. It brings together ASC business and strategy
discuss how to improve your organization and its bottom line in these
challenging but opportunity-filled times.
Here are just five of the 83 terrific sessions:
1. Ophthalmology, ENT and Pain Management in ASCs:
Current Ideas to Increase Profits- Tammy Ham, President, Surgical
Specialty Division, and Reed Martin, Group Vice President, Nueterra
2. Why Develop an ASC and Why Now is a Great Time to
Do So? Key Steps for Development - John Marasco, AIA, NCARB, Principal
& Owner, Marasco & Associates, and Rob McCarville, MPA,
Principal, Medical Consulting Group
3. Making the Best Use of
Information Technology in ASCs - Marion Jenkins, Founder & CEO, QSE
Technologies, Inc., Todd Logan, VP Sales, Western Region, Ron
Pelletier, Director of Development, SourceMedical
Handling Complex Spine Cases in an ASC, Clinical and Financial Issues -
Marcus Williamson, President, Symbion Neospine Division
5. Taking Bold Steps to Build Case Volume: Our Direct Access, Screening
Colonoscopy Program - A Great Case Study - Cindy Givens, Executive
Director, and Christine Corbin, MD, Medical Director, Surgery Center at
For more information about the program, please download the conference brochure
(PDF), click here
or call (703) 836-5904.
There are four ways you can register:
Call (703) 836-5904 or (800) 417-2035.
Print the conference brochure
fill-out the registration on p. 7 and fax it to (703) 836-2090.