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BECKER'S ASC REVIEW Texas eye practice retained all 450 employees during shutdown, reopens An eye center in Houston retained it's entire staff during the pandemic and reopened in early May. The group plans to retain tele- health services as well. USPI CEO sees more complex cases resuming at centers more quickly USPI has resumed elective procedures at many of its centers, and President and CEO Brett Brodnax said spine and total joints are coming back more quickly than low acuity cases. As ASCs across the nation resume elective surgeries, health- care providers are settling into the new normal, which includes COVID-19 testing, social distancing, more virtual communication and patients wearing masks. Here 16 adminis- trators describe where the ASC field is headed post-pandemic. continued on page 16 continued on page 29 continued on page 14 The 'new normal' for ASCs: 16 admins on how the pandemic will change the field forever Inside the issue: Top 29 physician salaries for 2020 p. 11 Cardiology society supports migration of select cardiology proce- dures to ASCs p. 12 5 things to know about surprise billing p. 22 KKR sets sights on new transactions p. 29 New Mexico orthopedic practice closes p. 38 Spine surgery in the next 3 months p. 39 60 new ASCs in Q1 p. 27 June 2020 • Vol. 2020 No. 4 INSIDE THE ISSUE 65+ STORIES FEATURED SAVE THE DATE JOIN US VIRTUALLY Becker's Hospital Review CHECK OUT OUR UPCOMING VIRTUAL CONFERENCES AND EVENTS!

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