Colorado ASCs Have $1.6B Total Economic Impact
According to The Economic Impact of Ambulatory Surgery Centers in Colorado report, surgery centers have a direct economic impact of $1.4 billion on the state.
In 2012, the state had 112 ASCs, and for every $1 spent in the ASC sector of the state's economy, $2.48 of economic value was created. When adding the economic impact of taxes paid, the total impact of ASCs in Colorado was $1.6 billion.
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