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Thursday, 31 January 2013 10:30

6 Ways to Slash Costs of Spine Surgery at ASCs

Dr. Douglas Won on spine surgery costsSpine surgery is increasingly moving into outpatient ambulatory surgery centers, which operate on a highly efficient and cost-effective basis. However, with regulatory changes and downward pressure on reimbursements, ASCs may need to dig deeper in cost-cutting measures.
Published in Spine
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.
A Tarrytown, N.Y.-based plastic surgery ASC is looking for a seasoned RN or experienced healthcare/clinical manager with ASC experience.
Published in News and Analysis
A six-physician practice in central Georgia, is searching for a board certified or board eligible spine surgeon to join the practice, where one of the current spine surgeons is retiring.
Published in Spine
A thriving spine and pain institute in Illinois is looking for a board certified or board eligible spine surgeon.
Published in Spine
Here are 10 accomplishments and milestones for ambulatory surgery centers and physicians.
A multispecialty orthopedic practice with multiple office sites and an ambulatory surgery center in Detroit is seeking a fellowship trained, board certified/board eligible orthopedic spine or neurospine surgeon.
Published in Spine
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 09:18

5 Coding Tips for Spine Surgery at ASCs

Here are five tips for billing and coding for spine procedures at surgery centers from National Medical Billing Service's Senior Vice President, Coding Angela Talton.
Published in Billing & Coding
Patrick McCarthy on surgery centersHaving cash on hand is important for any business, especially healthcare providers in today's uncertain economic environment.
Johnny Benjamin, MD, is an orthopedic spine surgeon and founder of Pro Spine Center in Vero Beach, Fla. He is a clinical assistant professor at Florida State University.
Published in Spine Leaders
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