11 key ASC specialties: % change in revenue per case since 2010

The average ASC revenue per case has increased over the past seven years, according to data from 2010 and 2017 VMG Health Multi-Specialty ASC Intellimarker surveys.

Urology revenue per case experienced the highest growth — 65 percent — between 2010 and 2017. Ophthalmology had the lowest growth rate at 16.8 percent.

Here is the breakdown of the increase in revenue per case by specialty:

ENT

• 2010: $1,742
• 2017: $2,591
• Percent change: 48.7 percent

GI

• 2010: $746
• 2017: $1,004
• Percent change: 34.5 percent

General surgery

• 2010: $1,545
• 2017: $2,156
• Percent change: 39.5 percent

OB/GYN

• 2010: $1,757
• 2017: $2,344
• Percent change: 33.4 percent

Ophthalmology

• 2010: $1,227
• 2017: $1,434
• Percent change: 16.8 percent

Oral surgery

• 2010: $1,041
• 2017: $1,217
• Percent change: 16.9 percent

Orthopedics

• 2010: $2,443
• 2017: $3,133
• Percent change: 28.2 percent

Pain management

• 2010: $898
• 2017: $1,074
• Percent change: 19.6 percent

Plastic surgery

• 2010: $1,415
• 2017: $1,797
• Percent change: 27 percent

Podiatry

• 2010: $1,664
• 2017: $2,506
• Percent change: 50.6 percent

Urology

• 2010: $1,435
• 2017: $2,368
• Percent change: 65 percent

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