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NEW Nurse Manager, ASC – Southeast Florida

Join an established and progressive Ambulatory Surgery Center to lead all clinical aspects of an established and growing ASC located in Southeast Florida. POSITION PROFILE: – Responsibility for 20 FTE’s and all clinical aspects of the ASC including the operating room and PreOp/PACU, – This surgery center produces an average of 3,000 multi-specialty procedures annually. […]

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Operating Room Supervisor – Nashville area – FILLED

Join a busy and successful multi-specialty surgery center as Operating Room Supervisor. This established ASC is averaging 10,000 cases annually. OPERATING ROOM SUPERVISOR, AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER NASHVILLE TN, AREA POSITION HIGHLIGHTS: Responsible for supervising and directing nursing care in the Operating Room and Procedure room of the facility according to its policies and procedures. Works […]

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RN Center Director, Ophthalmology – Northwest Oregon, POSITION IS FILLED

Join a well run surgery center and lead the team as plans are underway for continued growth and even a new Surgery Center. POSITION PROFILE: – 1 OR, 2 Procedure rooms – 13-15 FTE’s with 8 physicians producing about 5,700+ cases annually (increased from 4000 cases two years ago) – Responsible for; risk management, infection control, […]

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Director of Nursing, ASC – SW Florida – POSITION IS FILLED

Join a well run orthopedic ambulatory surgery center as Director of Nursing This established ASC averaging 2500+ cases annually. DIRECTOR OF NURSING, AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER SOUTHWEST FLORIDA AREA POSITION HIGHLIGHTS: – Provides direct supervision and counseling to the clinical staff of the Center including the areas of Pre-Op, PACU, Post-Op, and Central Sterile. Works in […]

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How the CMS final rule will affect orthopedic ASCs: 5 key notes

On Nov. 2, CMS received the 2018 final payment rule, providing a 1.2 percent increase in ASC reimbursement next year. The final rule also addressed several issues pertaining to orthopedic procedures in ASCs, including total joint replacements and spine procedures. Here are five ways the final rule will affect orthopedic ASCs, according to guidance from ASCA: 1. […]

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The ASC industry today and new trends

Staying viable in the healthcare industry can be challenging for surgery centers as the market consolidates and reimbursement falls. During Becker’s 15th Annual Spine, Orthopedic & Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference + The Future of Spine in Chicago, Scott Becker, JD, publisher of Becker’s Healthcare, moderated a panel titled “The Best Advice for ASC and Practices […]

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Administrator, Surgery Center – POSITION IS FILLED

The Center Administrator is responsible for the daily operation of the Center; and in conjunction with the Medical Director, shall construct and implement, following Governing Body approval, all policies and procedures pertaining to the operation of the Center.  The Administrator is responsible for business development of the center.  The Center Administrator is responsible for achieving […]

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Upcoming ASC Industry Events

APIC 2017, Portland OR, June 14-16, Details Becker’s 15th Annual Spine, Ortho, and Pain Management ASC Conference, Swissotel IL, June 22-24, Details Becker’s 24th Annual Meeting, October 24-26, Swissotel IL, Details ASCA 2018, April 11-14, Boston MA, Details

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16 Financial and Operational Trends for ASCs

Market trends 1. Technavio reports the global ASC market is expected to grow at a 4.36 percent compound annual growth rate through 2020. There will be a continued rise in the minimally invasive surgery market, driving ASC growth. 2. Cardiac surgeries are increasingly becoming minimally invasive and procedures, with aortic valve surgeries and endoscopic robotic […]

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Tune Up Your Turnovers With a Parallel Process

TURNOVER TASKS Everyone should be preparing for the next case at the same time. “Think of it this way: You’ll get more done in a shorter time if everyone’s working on a piece of the process, than if everyone’s waiting for someone else to finish a job so they can start theirs. Every surgical team […]

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