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ASCs have emerged nationwide as high-quality, cost-effective alternatives to inpatient surgical services.
The healthcare industry is in midst of a transformation, with ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) taking on an increasingly prominent role in the care continuum. As technology improves and regulations evolve, it is imperative for hospitals, ASCs, and physician practices to develop outpatient strategies that will enable them to thrive in a value-based care environment.
A focus on strategic planning and new partnerships will be central to accomplishing the necessary operational efficiencies required for long-term financial sustainability. ECG’s Ambulatory Surgery practice specializes in this dynamic and evolving space. Our national perspective, multidisciplinary approach, and deep expertise across healthcare strategy, finance, operations, and technology allows us to advise on and support our client’s initiatives from beginning to end.
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In this paper, we will describe the forces that are changing surgery and outline strategic considerations for navigating this fundamental shift in a crucial business.
Medicare, commercial payers and employer groups are
demanding reduced healthcare costs. Providers must be responsive and proactive to
keep them all happy.
CMS released the Medicare Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) and Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC) Payment System on November 2, 2018. This blog provides an overview of the key takeaways, including a distilled list with four implications of the changes and the ramifications for your ASC.
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