Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. MedStar ASC debuts ACL replacement device

    MedStar Health is the first in the U.S. to offer Miach Orthopaedics' Bridge-enhanced ACL Repair Implant, the system announced Sept. 13. 
  2. USPI building 3-OR ASC in Tennessee 

    Construction is underway on the United Surgical Partners International-affiliated Northridge Surgery Center in Hendersonville, Tenn.
  3. ASC execs split on vaccine mandate amid staffing woes

    CMS plans to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for all staff at ASCs and hospitals as a condition for participating in Medicare, which may place extra strain on many surgery centers already facing a staffing crisis.
  1. Florida ASC, medical office building sold for $11.2M

    A medical office building housing a surgery center in Jacksonville, Fla., has been sold for $11.2 million, the Jacksonville Business Journal reported Sept. 13.
  2. PE-backed company affiliates with 3-ASC practice

    PartnerCare, a portfolio company of private equity firm Shore Capital Partners, has affiliated with MidSouth Pain Treatment Center, which serves more than 3,000 patients a month at its locations in Tennessee and Mississippi.
  3. 4,000-physician group in California to add more than 220 providers

    The largest independent physician association in California will add more than 200 members later this year, making it the largest IPA in the U.S.
  4. Tennessee medical real estate company buys Texas building with 2 ASCs

    Nashville, Tenn.-based Montecito Medical, a medical real estate company, bought a medical office building in Austin, Texas, that houses two ASCs, the company said Sept. 14.

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  1. Cleveland Clinic opens London outpatient center for orthopedics, gastroenterology

    Cleveland Clinic London's Portland Place Outpatient Centre treated its first patients Sept. 14, offering services in several specialties, including orthopedics, gastroenterology and neurosciences.
  2. Texas health systems close ASCs amid Tropical Storm Nicholas 

    Houston-based Harris Health System closed its outpatient clinics Sept. 13 because of tropical storm Nicholas, according to an ABC 13 report. 
  3. 12-physician orthopedic practice completes ASC

    The 12-physician Motion Orthopaedics completed the construction of an ASC, clinic and imaging center in Wentzville, Mo. 
  4. Physician-owned orthopedic group names CEO 

    Wilmington, N.C.-based, physician-owned EmergeOrtho named Allison Farmer as its first statewide CEO, according to a WilmingtonBiz report. 

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  1. 4 anesthesia industry updates

    An Illinois hospital had to postpone elective surgeries for almost three weeks because of a lack of anesthesia providers.
  2. Eye Health America adds Nielson Eye Center

    Greenville, S.C.-based Eye Health America recently acquired Nielsen Eye Center, which has locations in Clearwater and Largo, Fla., the company said Aug. 27.
  3. Midwest Eye Consultants gets PE investment

    Wabash, Ind.-based Midwest Eye Consultants has entered a partnership with New York City-based private equity firm Sentinel Capital Partners to fund the eye group's continued growth, the firm said Sept. 13.
  4. Weill Cornell Medicine names GI division chief

    Robert Brown, MD, was named chief of the division of gastroenterology and hepatology at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City.
  5. 99 ASC benchmarks to know | 2021

    Here are 99 operations, finance and quality benchmarks in ASCs gathered from several sources across the industry.
  6. What are GI's biggest disruptors?

    Seven gastroenterology leaders spoke with Becker's ASC Review on what they see as the biggest disruptor in the GI industry.  
  7. Carle Health's $70M campus with ASC: 3 updates 

    Urbana, Ill.-based Carle Health is building a near-$70 million campus with an ASC. 
  8. 8 key stats on the impending physician shortage

    The already looming physician shortage was accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic — pushing physicians to plan for early retirement. 
  9. Minnesota ASC eyes expansion amid proposed zoning change

    A proposed zoning change is laying the groundwork for the expansion of Duluth, Minn.-based Lakewalk Surgery Center, Duluth News Tribune reported Sept. 12. 

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