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  1. $11.5M North Carolina medical office building sold

    JLL Capital Markets closed the $11.5 million sale of a 79,202-square-foot, two-story medical and office building in Durham, N.C., JLL reported June 16. 
  2. Top 5 states for nurse pay 

    California is the highest-paying state for registered nurses, according to the 2022 MGMA Management and Staff Compensation report.
  3. ASCs face reimbursement hurdles amid single-payer healthcare push

    ASCs have long faced challenges in securing reimbursements, but successful ASCs are focused on payer contracting strategy. 

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  1. 7 numbers making physicians nervous 

    Here are seven stats reflecting challenges ahead for physicians:
  2. Anesthesiologist wealth: 4 report takeaways

    Anesthesiology is the eleventh wealthiest speciality, according to Medscape's "Physician Wealth & Debt Report 2022."
  3. Fast facts about United Digestive

    Here is a brief overview of gastroenterology megagroup United Digestive:
  4. Former movie theater in Florida to be converted to ASC, lab

    A former movie theater in Kissimmee, Fla., is being converted into a medical office building that will be home to an ASC, a lab and a radiology center, Orlando Business Journal reported June 24.

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  1. 9 supply chain updates to know

    A recap of nine recent supply chain issues ASC leaders need to know:
  2. $45.5M Florida medical office building sold

    A medical office building in Plantation, Fla., was sold for $45.5 million, The Real Deal reported June 23.
  3. Compensation increased for healthcare management positions during pandemic

    Despite an onslaught of challenges brought on by the pandemic, healthcare management positions saw an increase in compensation from 2020 to 2021, according to the 2022 MGMA Management and Staff Compensation report.
  4. $3.1M medical office building sold in North Carolina

    A North Carolina medical office facility sold for $3.1 million, Boston Business Journal reported June 22. 

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  1. Capitol Pain Institute, private equity firm partner to create pain management platform

    An affiliate of Capitol Pain Institute, an interventional pain management provider, and Iron Path Capital, a private equity firm, partnered to create a physician-led consolidation platform.
  2. Ophthalmologist wealth: 4 report takeaways

    Ophthalmology is the eighth wealthiest speciality, according to Medscape's "Physician Wealth & Debt Report 2022."
  3. Independent ASCs, physicians: 7 updates

    Here are seven updates on independent ASCs and physicians reported by Becker's since Jan. 1: 
  4. Total joint procedures drawing patients to surgery centers, ASC chain CEO says

    The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed more patients towards total joint and spine procedures in ASCs, according to Darin Hill, CEO of Raleigh, N.C.-based Compass Surgical Partners. 
  5. Physicians paying off their student loans, by specialty

    Thirty-one percent of physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians are paying off their student loans, according to Medscape's "Physician Wealth & Debt Report 2022."
  6. USPI striding ahead of competition in total ASCs, physicians

    Dallas-based United Surgical International Partners is strengthening its position as the leading ASC operator in the U.S., with its latest partnership adding 22 ASCs and more than 140 physicians to its network.
  7. Independent spine ASC Riverfront Surgery Center opens in Tennessee

    The Chattanooga (Tenn.) Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for a medical office building that includes an independent spine and orthopedic ASC, The Chattanoogan reported June 22.
  8. 5 factors that will make or break ASCs

    As operation costs skyrocket and reimbursements stagnate, ASCs are facing huge challenges to maintaining profitability. Here are five factors that can make or break ASCs in the coming years, according to seven ASC leaders. 
  9. The Surgery Center of Pottsville to close

    The Surgery Center of Pottsville (Pa.) is closing on June 28 after 17 years in operation.

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