Category Archive: Becker’s ASC Review

Pain management ASC joins New Jersey office building

Ardsley, N.Y.-based pain management practice Wellness and Surgery has added a new location in Clifton, N.J., ROI-NJ reported Jan. 21.

New cardio ASC opens in California

Visalia, Calif.-based Kaweah Health opened its new Cardiothoracic Surgery Clinic, Valley Voice reported Jan. 21.

Catholic Health’s gastroenterology chair building endoscopy center of excellence

Christopher DiMaio, MD, is building a center of excellence for advanced endoscopy in Long Island, N.Y.

$50M ASC coming to San Antonio

University of Texas Health San Antonio has begun construction on a $50 million, 100,000-square-foot ASC and outpatient services building, San Antonio Business Journal reported Jan. 20.

OrthoIllinois prevails in yearlong battle for $14M Wisconsin ASC

Rockford-based OrthoIllinois received approval to build an ASC in Beloit, Wis., after lengthy discussions with the City Council and despite pushback from Beloit Health System, the Beloit Daily News reported Jan. 20.

New York agency, developer fight over site of future ASC

The Oneida County Industrial Development Agency, a New York state public benefit corporation, voted unanimously to move forward with a plan to take a plot of land in Utica via eminent domain, Utica Observer-Dispatch reported Jan. 21.

Physicians at outpatient clinics most likely to report burnout

Fifty-eight percent of physicians working in outpatient clinics have reported experiencing burnout, according to Medscape’s 2022 “Physician Burnout & Depression Report” released Jan. 21.

Insurers now required to cover follow-up colonoscopies

Surprise bills for colonoscopies following a stool-based screening test with positive results are now prohibited, according to Health Day. 

$24.9M Massachusetts ASC property sold

Shields Health Care Group has sold a medical office building and ASC in Natick, Mass., for $24.9 million. 

Cardiology’s rapid outpatient migration: 8 key ‘firsts’ in the last year 

ASC leaders expect cardiology procedures to be critical to ASC growth, with the procedures offering strong reimbursement rates and improved patient experiences. 

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