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  1. 5 fast facts on physician employment

    Here are five statistics offering insight into the state of physician employment in 2024:
  2. UChicago Medicine to open 130K-square-foot multispecialty center

    The University of Chicago Medicine is planning to open a 130,000-square-foot multispecialty care center in Indiana.
  3. HCA's Surgery Ventures opens California ASC

    Surgery Ventures, through a joint venture with more than 50 physicians, opened Silicon Valley Surgery Center.

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  1. Where AI shines in healthcare

    Artificial intelligence, and its usage in healthcare, has been a controversial topic over the last year. While some physicians are excited for its uses, others remain nervous. 
  2. Northwell, NYU expressing interest in new 90K-square-foot medical office building

    Developers have planned a 90,000-square-foot medical office building at a mall in Garden City, N.Y., according to a Feb. 27 report from Long Island Business News.
  3. Parkview Health plans $11M Indiana ASC

    Fort Wayne, Ind.-based Parkview Health has petitioned the Warsaw Board of Zoning Appeals to construct an ASC and medical office building in Warsaw, Ind., according to a Feb. 27 report from Ink Free News.
  4. 10 states with the highest paying small businesses

    While ASCs are more frequently getting acquired by large health systems, there are still a number of privately owned ASCs in the nation. 

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  1. States ranked by anesthesiologists per capita

    The District of Columbia has the most anesthesiologists per capita, while Idaho has the fewest, according to January data from KFF.
  2. Mazor VP convicted of insider trading and 8 more supply chain updates

    Here are the supply chain updates ASC leaders need to know this week.
  3. Michigan hospital opens ASC

    McLaren Macomb in Mount Clemens, Mich., has opened the McLaren Macomb Outpatient Surgery Center.
  4. More eye product recalls hit 2024

    Brassica Pharma is voluntarily recalling some of its eye ointment products due to a lack of sterility assurance at the facility where they were produced. 

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  1. 10 happiest, unhappiest cities in the U.S.

    Fremont, Calif., is the happiest city in the U.S., while Detroit is the unhappiest, according to personal finance site WalletHub.
  2. Meet the CFOs of the 10 largest ASC chains

    Here are the CFOs of the 10 largest ASC chains in U.S. by number of surgical centers:
  3. 5 Medicare Advantage updates

    Medicare Advantage has been a divisive topic in the healthcare industry as of late, with some health systems cutting ties with certain insurers or with the program entirely.
  4. Meet the leaders of the 7 best hospitals in New York for cardiac surgery

    Healthgrades recently released its rankings for the best hospitals in the U.S. for cardiac surgery, including seven in New York.
  5. 5 highest paid cardiologists in Milwaukee

    The highest paid cardiologist in Milwaukee earns $842,200, according to Medscape's salary reporter tool, which is much higher than the mean annual wage of $421,330 cardiologists make according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  6. 4 gastroenterologists in the headlines

    Here are four gastroenterologists Becker's has reported on since Feb. 15:
  7. USPI's rise to the top

    United Surgical Partners International has solidified itself as a market leader in the ASC segment, operating the most centers and affiliating with the highest number of physicians of any chain in the U.S. 
  8. Endoscopy ASC proposed in DC

    The District of Columbia State Health Planning and Development Agency has received a certificate of need application for an ASC from the District Endoscopy Center, according to a notice posted in The Washington Times.
  9. Florida hospital adds anesthesia-less endoscopies

    Orlando (Fla.) Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children has added the EvoEndo single-use endoscopy system to perform anesthesia-free endoscopies for pediatric patients over the age of 5, according to a Feb. 23 report from local news affiliate WFTV. 

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