Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. The prescription to turn around your center — Regent CEO Chris Bishop shares 4 signs your center may be headed for closure 

    While ASCs have cemented their place in the healthcare continuum, closures are an inevitable part of any business cycle even surgery centers are not immune to experiencing. Yet, until a center turns the lock on its door for the final time, most centers can be turned around.    By Eric Oliver -
  2. 5 insights from experts about the future of ASCs

    Here are five key insights from experts about where the ASC industry is headed:  By Rachel Popa -
  3. 8 ophthalmic ASC openings in 2019

    Here are eight ophthalmology centers opened or announced in 2019:  By Rachel Popa -

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  1. Top 10 places where physicians earn the most

    Doximity released its 2019 physician compensation report comparing average salary differences between specialties, as well as how salary compares between metro areas..  By Rachel Popa -
  2. Idaho ASC records 100th case in catheterization lab — 3 fast facts

    Idaho Falls, Idaho-based Eagle Rock Surgery Center completed the 100th case in its catheterization lab, according to Joe Perrone, a cath lab supervisor and materials manager.  By Angie Stewart -
  3. 155-bed Arkansas hospital opens surgery clinic, adds provider

    Helena (Ark.) Regional Medical Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Helena Surgery Clinic Dec. 5 and welcomed a new provider.  By Angie Stewart -
  4. 3 gastroenterologists making headlines

    Three gastroenterologists making headlines this week:  By Rachel Popa -
  1. 4 things to know about cardiology in ASCs for 2020

    Four things to know about cardiology in ASCs for 2020:  By Rachel Popa -
  2. Ohio ophthalmic ASC sold

    A building housing an ophthalmology ASC and clinic in Sandusky, Ohio was sold last week, according to Healthcare Real Estate Advisors.  By Rachel Popa -
  3. IU Health to break ground on Fort Wayne ASC

    Indiana University Health will break ground in the next few weeks on an ASC in Fort Wayne, according to the Journal Gazette.  By Rachel Popa -
  4. 3 GI leaders to know

    Three GI leaders to know this week:  By Rachel Popa -
  1. 4 ASCs affected by data breaches in 2019

    Becker's ASC Review reported on four ASCs or ASC operators affected by data breaches this year.  By Rachel Popa -
  2. 3 recent orthopedic ASC, practice mergers & acquisitions

    Three recent orthopedic ASC mergers and acquisitions:  By Rachel Popa -
  3. Regent Surgical Health partners with Tennessee ASC

    ASC manager and developer Regent Surgical Health is now managing the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee Surgery Center in Franklin, Tenn., a joint venture between Williamson Medical Center and the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee.  By Rachel Popa -
  4. North Carolina spine surgery center moves to renovated VA clinic

    A Novant Health brain and spine surgery clinic has relocated to a former Veterans Administration medical clinic in Winston-Salem, N.C., according to the Winston-Salem Journal.  By Rachel Popa -
  5. $49M Tennessee orthopedic ASC opens as part of Campbell Clinic expansion

    Campbell Clinic's $49 million orthopedic expansion opened this week in Germantown, Tenn., according to Memphis Commercial Appeal.  By Rachel Popa -
  6. 3 spine procedures that cost hundreds less at ASCs

    Certain spine procedures cost significantly less when performed at ASCs instead of hospital outpatient departments, according to Medicare's Procedure Price Lookup tool.  By Angie Stewart -
  7. What 5 common procedures cost at ASCs vs. HOPDs

    Here are the top five procedures done at surgery centers as ranked by Definitive Healthcare, and how the total costs compare when they're performed at hospital outpatient departments:  By Angie Stewart -
  8. Virginia health system opens surgery center

    Warrenton, Va.-based Fauquier Health opened a surgery center in Culpeper, Va.  By Angie Stewart -
  9. New Jersey surgery center owner to pay $863K in alleged fraud case — 5 insights

    A New Jersey man will fulfill his end of a settlement and pay $718,000 to New Jersey and $145,000 in attorney's fees after he made several legal protests, Law360 reports.  By Eric Oliver -

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