Compass Surgical Partners sells majority stake in ASC to USPI & more — 10 ASC company key notes

Here are 10 updates on ASC management companies and industry-relevant companies to note.

Raleigh, N.C.-based Compass Surgical Partners and a group of physicians sold a majority stake in Clearwater, Fla.-based Safety Harbor Surgical Center to Addison, Texas-based United Surgical Partners International.

Appalachian Orthopedics surgeon Jason Brashear, MD, performed the first outpatient total hip replacement at USPI affiliate Mountain Empire Surgery Center, both in Johnson City, Tenn.

Bucks Happening named Jamison, Pa.-based Physicians Endoscopy the winner of its 2018 Everything Bucks: Places to Work contest.

Envision Physician Services named Tony Andrulonis, MD, its new president of emergency medicine.

Regent Surgical Health  highlighted the key ways ASCs fail to manage risk and explained how to turn those shortcomings into opportunities for growth in a weekly e-newsletter.

Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare's board of directors reached an agreement with the company's largest shareholder, Glenview Capital Management, and will make several bylaw revisions as part of the deal.

Mednax acquired Miami-based Children's Urology Associates, growing the company's Florida presence.

Tampa, Fla.-based Physicians Partners of America is affiliating with Dallas-based Capstone Pain and Spine.

Surgeons at Edmonds (Wash.) Orthopedic Center, a division of Proliance Surgeons, joined the SwiftPath Program.

Mednet, an ASC management software company, launched its Enterprise Management and Medical Inventory Management Software.

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