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  1. Texas ophthalmology center to break ground on surgery center

    McKinney-based Texas Vision and Laser Center expects to break ground on a new medical office building and surgery center Sept. 14, The Dallas Morning News reports.
  2. Capital Digestive Care partners with Peninsula Gastroenterology Associates

    Silver Spring, Md.-based Capital Digestive Care partnered with Delmar, Md.-based Peninsula Gastroenterology Associates Sept. 1.
  3. Jefferson Health developing 19-story, $762M specialty facility

    Philadelphia-based Jefferson Health and Thomas Jefferson University plan to develop a 19-story, $762 million specialty care pavilion, as part of a plan to invest more than $1 billion into the community.

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  1. University Physician Group rebrands

    Detroit-based University Physician Group rebranded as Wayne Health, having reestablished itself after declaring bankruptcy in 2019, Crain's Detroit Business reports.
  2. 28 USPI facilities earn Press Ganey recognition

    Twenty-eight of Addison, Texas-based United Surgical Partners International's facilities were recognized by Press Ganey for delivering "exemplary" patient-centric care.
  3. Atlantic Health System acquires stake in ASC

    Morristown, N.J.-based Atlantic Health System acquired a medical office building in Bridgewater, N.J., and expanded on a joint venture with Hunterdon Healthcare to take a stake in an existing surgery center, Patch reports.
  4. PE-backed Orthopedic Care Partners makes 7th partnership, to develop ASC

    Gainesville, Fla.-based Orthopedic Care Partners entered into a strategic practice affiliation with OrthoAspen (Colo.), its seventh post-formation transaction.

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  1. Independent Oklahoma GI practice consolidates clinical footprint

    Tulsa, Okla.-based Adult Gastroenterology Associates is downsizing its clinical practice footprint to one location.
  2. What's driving ASC market growth? Infection concerns, site-neutral payments & more

    The ASC market is poised for continued growth amid the consumerization of healthcare and the transition to value-based care, according to Global Healthcare Advisors, a boutique investment bank focused on healthcare mergers and acquisitions.
  3. 5 hospitals, health systems with new ASCs

    Five hospitals and health systems opened or announced ASC developments in August:
  4. Envision exec to join healthcare real estate firm: 5 things to know

    Flagship Healthcare Properties is adding a new ASC leader to its ranks, according to a Sept. 8 press release.

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  1. 4 GI updates for the past week

    Here are four updates from gastroenterology companies and practices from the past week:
  2. ASA: Proposed Medicare cuts would set anesthesia rates back 30 years

    CMS' proposed fee schedule for 2021 would reduce anesthesiology specialists' Medicare payment rates to near what they were in 1991, according to the American Society of Anesthesiologists.
  3. Dr. Navin Tekwani clears hurdle for new eye ASC — 5 things to know

    Ophthalmologist Navin Tekwani, MD, gained approval to develop an ASC in Crestwood, Mo., according to Call Newspapers.
  4. PE-backed EyeSouth Partners adds San Antonio eye practice to network

    Private equity-backed EyeSouth Partners partnered with Medical Center Ophthalmology Associates to add its seven clinics to EyeSouth's network.
  5. California orthopedic surgeon performs robotic-assisted knee replacement in ASC

    Los Angeles-based Southern California Orthopedic Institute surgeon Jaime Hernandez, MD, recently performed what's believed to be the first CORI robotic-assisted total knee replacement in an ASC, The Signal reports.
  6. North Carolina hospital moves wound services outpatient

    Boone, N.C.-based Appalachian Regional Healthcare System relocated its Wound Care Center at Boone-based Watauga Medical Group to the Watauga Surgical Group Sept. 8, the reports.
  7. Physician disciplinary action drops during COVID-19: 5 things to know

    During the pandemic, disciplinary action against physicians dropped significantly, according to data from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration cited in a USA Today report.
  8. Texas physicians ask for more prospective payments amid pandemic

    In August, the Texas Academy of Family Physicians released a five-point plan to improve primary care access and transition away from fee for service to a prospective payment system.
  9. Physician-owned ASC sells for $23.8M — 4 details

    Surgical Center of Greensboro (N.C.) was sold for $23.8 million, the Triad Business Journal reports.

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