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  1. Medical building with surgery center hits the market in Michigan

    A Livonia, Mich., medical building with a surgery center suite is now on the market, according to The Broker List, an online resource for commercial real estate professionals.
  2. How CMS' proposals could affect ASCs in 2021

    CMS released its proposals for 2021 in early August, which made several drastic cuts to payment rates for both general and specialty surgeons.
  3. 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.

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  1. Smith+Nephew launches quality tracking platform for ASCs

    Smith+Nephew launched Aria, a care management platform designed for patients and providers.
  2. 70% of USPI hospitals earn a five-star rating from CMS

    Addison, Texas-based United Surgical Partners International highlighted results from CMS' Hospital Compare Rankings noting that 23 of USPI's 24 eligible facilities received either a four- or five-star ranking.
  3. Michigan hospital switches anesthesia groups

    Irving, Texas-based NorthStar Anesthesia signed on to provide services for Southfield, Mich.-based Beaumont Health's facilities in Dearborn, Taylor, Trenton and Wayne, Crain's Detroit Business reports.
  4. Despite COVID-19 setbacks, growing population boosts demand for medical office building development

    The medical office building market is going to have a good decade, according to a report from Marcus & Millichap, reported on by Commercial Property Executive.

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  1. Surgery center patient data potentially exposed during malware incident & more — 12 ASC industry notes

    Here are 12 updates on ASC companies and industry-relevant companies to note: 
  2. The evolution of total joint replacements from the hospital to the surgery center

    Key Steps for ASC’s to Maximize Quality and Profitability of Total Joint Replacements
  3. How Biden would approach healthcare, COVID-19 and more: 10 key points for ASC execs

    Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his campaign recently laid out how Mr. Biden would respond to COVID-19 as well as other challenges within the healthcare system.
  4. The 10 states, territories with the most & fewest physicians per capita

    WalletHub released its ranking of best states for healthcare Aug. 3, determining the best in the U.S.

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  1. Arkansas cardiology practice opening cath lab

    Conway-based Central Arkansas Health Center will soon open a catheterization laboratory in Conway Medical Park, the Log Cabin Democrat reports.
  2. New York sports medicine practice offers Mako robot

    Lake Placid (N.Y.) Sports Medicine installed Stryker's Mako robotic arm system to assist with joint replacement procedures, the Press Publican reports.
  3. How 3 ASCs are handling COVID-19-related staffing challenges

    ASC Focus outlined how three ASCs are addressing staffing challenges in the wake of COVID-19-related shutdowns:
  4. Connecticut hospital applies for CON to build $5.6M ASC in existing facility

    Hartford (Conn.) HealthCare is seeking state permission to build an ASC inside the Hartford HealthCare Family Medical Center in Plainfield, Conn., the Norwich Bulletin reports.
  5. USPI, Tennessee hospital breaks ground on ASC

    Nashville, Tenn.-based Ascension St. Thomas and Addison, Texas-based United Surgical Partners International broke ground on an ASC in Murfreesboro, Tenn., Aug. 20, local news affiliate WGNS reports.
  6. Arizona slows COVID-19 surge enough to restart elective procedures

    Arizona hospitals are resuming elective surgeries after lowering the state's COVID-19 patient rates to a level that allows procedures to resume safely, AZ Central reports.
  7. Medline opens $90M distribution center: 5 things to know

    Healthcare supplier Medline Industries opened a $90 million distribution center in Uxbridge, Mass.
  8. Top 10 ASC articles this week — 12 new mergers, partnerships & more

    Here are the most-read stories on Becker's ASC Review the week of Aug. 17-21:
  9. New joint-venture ASC offers surgeon investment opportunities

    A new joint-venture ASC in Arizona has a limited number of investment opportunities available to surgeons interested in operating at the center.

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