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Subject: 12 new ASCs for April 2018 | Early reg dscts end May 4 - Future of Spine + Spine, Orthopedic & Pain Management-Driven ASC Conf. | Erlanger's Q3 earnings set back from Epic rollout | Stryker CEO sees orthopedics moving to ASCs - But how fast?

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April 30, 2018
Today's Top Articles
1. 12 new ASCs for April 2018 Full story 

2. Stryker CEO sees orthopedics moving to ASCs - But how fast? Full story
3. Erlanger's Q3 earnings set back from Epic rollout Full story

4. Patients want to contact physicians through apps and devices - are you ready? Learn how technology you may already have can make it happen Click here

5. Last chance for early registration - discounts end May 4! Don't miss 109 sessions and 222+ speakers at the 16th Annual Future of Spine + The Spine, Orthopedic and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference in Chicago, June 14-16. Register here.

6. AAAHC shakes up leadership structure after nearly 40 years - Names 13-member board Full story

7. Audit uncovers 6 top medical billing mistakes Full story

8. 150 top places to work in healthcare | 2018 Full story

9. Wasteful spending puts ASCs in jeopardy - here's how to boost the bottom line with value-based inventory management Click here

10. Most ASC companies prefer 50%-75% ownership in acquiring center + 5 statistics on ASC ownership Full story

11. Key ideas for physician engagement with data-driven initiatives for your hospital Click here

12. Self-employed gastroenterologists earn $24k more than employed: 4 statsitics Full story


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