Pennsylvania ASC Procedures Grow 0.7%, Operating Margin of 25.8% in 2012
According to a report in The Central Penn Business Journal, the number of procedures performed at ambulatory surgery centers in Pennsylvania increased 0.7 percent in 2012.
The article also reported 1.1 million outpatient visits in the state and commercial plans covered 51.4 percent of those visits at ASCs in 2012. However, ASC growth was slow in Pennsylvania, according to the report, and the average operating margin for ASCs in the state grew slightly from 24.9 percent to 25.8 percent.
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