Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. ASCs wary as labor costs outpace reimbursements 

    Thomas Feldman, CEO of the Peoria, Ill.-based Center for Health ASC, joined Becker's to discuss ASC disruptors and growth opportunities. 
  2. TriasMD acquires Thousand Oaks Surgery Center

    TriasMD, parent company of Newport Beach, Calif.-based DISC Sports & Spine Center, acquired Thousand Oaks (Calif.) Surgery Center.
  3. 2 medical office building updates in Illinois

    Here are two recent updates on medical office buildings in Illinois:

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  1. 2 medical office building deals in New York

    Here are two recent updates on medical office buildings in New York:
  2. 5 new numbers ASCs need to know

    Here are five numbers that ASC leaders should pay attention to:
  3. What's new in cardiology?

    Here are seven updates regarding cardiology that healthcare leaders should know:
  4. North Carolina ASC 1st in US to earn certifications in all orthopedic subspecialties

    Brunswick Surgery Center in Leland, N.C., recently became the first ASC in the U.S. to earn certifications of excellence in all orthopedic subspecialties from DNV Healthcare. 

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  1. University Hospitals opens joint venture ASC in Ohio

    University Hospitals opened the Amherst (Ohio) Beaver Creek Surgery Center, a joint venture surgery center.
  2. Hip arthroscopy costs at ASCs vs HOPDs in each state

    Hip arthroscopies cost an average of $11,420 at hospital outpatient departments in California, compared to $6,811 at ASCs, according to data from insurance company Sidecar Health's cost calculator.
  3. Physician-owned company acquires 11 practices from Walgreens 

    Boston-based management company Arches Medical Partners has acquired 11 practices previously owned by Walgreens' VillageMD. 
  4. Dr. Derek Steinbacher debuts TMJ replacement at Connecticut ASC

    Derek Steinbacher, MD, DMD, performed the first total joint replacement for the temporomandibular joints in an ASC.

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  1. Houston Methodist Cardiology Associates adds Dr. Wafi Momin

    Houston Methodist Cardiology Associates at Sugar Land (Texas) is adding Wafi Momin, DO, to its staff, according to a March 19 report by Fort Bend Herald.
  2. McLaren Health Care to build $40M ambulatory care campus

    McLaren Greater Lansing, part of McLaren Health Care, is constructing an ambulatory care campus in Grand Ledge, Mich.
  3. CMS moves that are hurting, helping physicians 

    CMS moves are changing the way physicians practice. Here are four recent moves from CMS that are either helping or hurting physicians:
  4. The future of colonoscopy

    Screening for colorectal cancer is getting much more refined. Here's how:
  5. HCA's 5 top-paid executives

    The three highest-paid executives of Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare saw huge pay jumps in 2023, according to a proxy statement filed March 15 with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 
  6. Pain physician gets prison for opioid, fraud scheme

    A pain physician from North Carolina, who was assigned to clinics in Virginia, was sentenced to 18 months in prison for an illegal drug dispensing conspiracy, The Roanoke Times reported March 19. 
  7. New York gastroenterologist now faces 60 sex crime charges

    Another patient has accused New York City gastroenterologist Zhi Alan Cheng, MD, of sexual abuse, NBC affiliate WNBC reported March 14.
  8. The least-filled residency specialties

    Thirty-one residency specialties across one- and two-year postgraduate programs had position openings following this year's matching process for MD and DO students.
  9. 10 cities with the lowest, highest salaries physicians need to live comfortably 

    Texas and other states in the South have some of the most affordable cities for single adults to live comfortably, according to a March 7 analysis from financial services company SmartAsset.

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