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At the 20th Annual Ambulatory Surgery Centers Conference in Chicago, industry experts will give a presentation titled "Key Items That Great Administrators and DONs Focus On."

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At the 20th Annual Ambulatory Surgery Centers Conference in Chicago, Joe Ollayos and Debbie Hall will give a presentation titled "How Should Administrators, Medical Directors and DONs be Paid?"

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The 20th Annual ASC Conference will take place October 24-26 at the Swissotel in Chicago. The conference, which is focused on improving profitability and business and legal issues, brings together surgeons, physician leaders, administrators and ASC business and clinical leaders. For additional conference information and brochure, click here. The following professionals will be attending and speaking at the conference.

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As the healthcare environment changes over the next year, there are several steps ambulatory surgery centers can take to position themselves for success in the future. Traditionally, a few simple tweaks could make a big difference for ASCs, but not all initiatives are that simple.
At the 19th Annual Ambulatory Surgery Centers Conference in Chicago, a panel of experts will give a presentation titled "What Should Great Medical Directors, Administrators and DONs be Paid?"
Wednesday, 05 September 2012 09:09

8 Steps to Cut Cost Per Case in Surgery Centers

Here are eight steps for surgery center administrators looking to cut costs per case in their ASC.
Wednesday, 29 August 2012 16:57

10 Surgery Center Industry Leaders to Know

Here is a list of 10 ASC industry leaders to know.
Here are five tips for bringing new surgeons into the surgery center.
Low reimbursement, low volume, increasing physician employment, increasing regulatory requirements, increasing staff shortages, increasing market saturation: These are only a few of the issues affecting ambulatory surgery centers at the moment. While ASCs are still able to provide high-quality care at a lower cost than their hospital competitors, they are doing so under increasing strain from economic pressures, physician shortages and regulatory mandates. Here are 10 of the most pressing concerns for ASC administrators in 2012.
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Rezin Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, which has offices across Northern Illinois, has named Michael Topielec as its new administrator, according to a report in the Morris Daily Herald.