|18th Annual Ambulatory Surgery Centers Conference: Improving Profitability & Business and Legal Issues|
This exclusive conference -- the Best Fall ASC Business & Clinical Conference -- is presented by Becker's ASC Review, ASC Communications, the ASC Association and the Ambulatory Surgery Foundation and takes place Oct. 27-29 at the Westin Michigan Avenue in Chicago. It brings together surgeons, administrators and ASC business and clinical leaders to discuss how to improve your ASC and its bottom line in these challenging but opportunity-filled times. Learn more about the conference by clicking here.
Highlights include: 1. 90 Sessions, 132 Speakers
2. Great keynote speakers including Bill Walton, Hall of Fame NBA Basketball Player; Sam Donaldson, ABC News Veteran and former Chief White House Correspondent for ABC News; and Adrian Gostick, Author and Global Thought Leader on Workplace Strategy3. Discounts for registering early, when registering two or more attendees, and for ASC Association members and paid Becker's ASC Review subscribers4. Earn your CME, CASC and CEU Credits5. Here are just four of the conference's great sessions:
A.What is Great and What is Not Great Physician Leadership for Your ASC -
Brad Lerner, MD, Summit ASC
B. Should You Sell Your Practice to a Hospital? What Will the Agreement Look Like? What are the Key Issues? -
Kristin A. Werling, Partner, Geoffrey C. Cockrell, Partner, and Gretchen Heinze Townshend, Associate, McGuireWoods LLP
C. The Best and Worst Procedures for ASCs and What an ASC Should Get Paid -
Matt Lau, Director of Financial Analysis, Mike Orseno, Revenue Cycle Director, and Vivek Taparia, Director of Business Development, Regent Surgical Health
D. Determining the Exact Cost of a Procedure -
Terry Woodbeck, CEO, FAHC, Tulsa Spine & Specialty Hospital
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Register online by clicking here. You can also call (703) 836-5904 or e-mail email@example.com. To sponsor or exhibit at the conference, contact Jessica Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org.