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  1. Minnesota pain management group constructing ASC

    Sartell, Minn.-based The Center for Pain Management is building a facility with a surgery center in the city to replace its current space, SC Times reports.
  2. Florida ASC temporarily closes due to Hurricane Sally

    Hurricane Sally forced North Florida Surgery Center in Pensacola to temporarily close for several days.
  3. How the pandemic is affecting physician income

    Sixty-two percent of physicians in the U.S. report their income has decreased since the pandemic began, according to the Medscape "US and International Physicians' COVID-19 Experience Report."

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  1. Building a surgery center mom would use — Dr. Stefan Kreuzer's big bet on total joint replacement

    Dr. Stefan Kreuzer's 80-year-old mom needed a hip replacement.
  2. 'We've been winning a lot of deals this year': Stryker CEO on ASCs, robots and the future

    Stryker CEO Kevin Lobo said the company is very well positioned in the ASC industry during his presentation at the Morgan Stanley 18th Annual Virtual Global Healthcare Conference on Sept. 15.
  3. Capital Digestive Care grows network & more: 7 GI industry key notes

    Here are seven updates from gastroenterology companies and practices from the past week:
  4. PE-backed GI procedure documentation software company makes acquisition

    Gastroenterology procedure documentation software company Provation acquired ePreop, a perioperative software as a service solution.

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  1. Mount Sinai Doctors opens Scarsdale, NY, location, expands GI services

    New York City-based Mount Sinai Doctors opened a new location in Scarsdale, N.Y., which will provide an array of services.
  2. $900M Minnesota hospital project with surgery center pushed back

    Duluth, Minn.-based Essentia Health has pushed back its project in Duluth to accommodate an expansion, Fox 21 reports.
  3. Work progressing on Wisconsin orthopedic, spine center

    Work is progressing on the ThedaCare, Neuroscience Group and Hand to Shoulder Center of Wisconsin joint venture, Orthopedic, Spine and Pain Center, the Post Crescent reports.
  4. Connecticut orthopedic practices enter into strategic partnership

    Greenwich, Conn.-based Orthopaedic & Neurosurgery Specialists entered into a strategic partnership with Orthopedic Associates of Middletown (Conn.).

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  1. Surgery Partners sells select anesthesia services businesses: 4 details

    Surgery Partners sold some of its anesthesia services business to Anesthesia Consulting & Management, known as NorthStar Anesthesia.
  2. The driving force behind prosperous ASC-hospital partnerships: Q&A with Surgery Partners EVP, Chief Administrative and Development Officer Jennifer Baldock

    For decades, ASCs have been the high value setting for elective surgeries and procedures across the U.S. In recent years, technology advancements made it possible to perform more complex procedures in the ASC, and the pandemic accelerated this outpatient migration.
  3. 7 critical steps for financial success in your ASC

    New and interesting and complex procedures such as cardiology, orthopedic and spine are being performed in ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) which makes this a particularly interesting time for the space.
  4. Moving toward success with outpatient total joint replacement surgeries

    At the Surgery Center at Pelham, careful patient management leads to successful total joint replacement surgeries in the outpatient setting, while payer management leads to profitable financial outcomes.
  5. Firm opens $26M medical office building with surgery center in DC

    A developer completed a $26 million medical office building redevelopment in Washington, D.C., after beginning a two-year renovation, the Washington Business Journal reports.
  6. How Tenet, HCA Healthcare and Surgery Partners' shares performed this week

    Here's how Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare, Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare and Nashville-based Surgery Partners' shares have fluctuated over the last five days.
  7. Hurricane Sally closes Alabama hospital's outpatient clinics

    Mobile, Ala.-based USA Health closed its outpatient clinics for Sept. 15-16 in advance of Hurricane Sally, Fox 10 reports.
  8. Researchers develop pain control prediction scale for spine surgery

    Alberta, Canada-based University of Calgary researchers developed a clinical prediction scale to determine which patients were likely to experience inadequate pain control after spine surgery, according to a study in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine.  
  9. Arizona hospital introduces robotic heart surgery program

    Tucson, Ariz.-based Northwest Medical Center's robotic heart surgery program was profiled by local NBC affiliate

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