Becker's ASC Review

July/August 2022 Issue of Becker's ASC Review

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July-August 2022 • Vol. 2022 No. 6 ASCs among the small businesses losing hope in the US economy ASCs are among the many small businesses losing hope in the American economy amid soaring inflation, supply chain delays and staff shortages. USPI striding ahead of competition in total ASCs, physicians USPI is strengthening its position as the leading ASC operator in the country, with its latest deal adding 22 ASCs and over 140 physicians to its network. continued on page 6. continued on page 33. continued on page 11. CMS proposes 2.7% update to ASC pay rate in 2023 CMS is proposing to increase ASC payment rates by 2.7 percent in 2023 in addition to other updates related to the inpatient-only list and ASC covered-procedures list. 75+ STORIES INSIDE 5 factors that will make or break ASCs p. 7 2 8 T H A N N U A L M E E T I N G THE BUSINESS & OPERATIONS OF ASCs October 27-29, 2022 | Swissotel Chicago SAVE THE DATE IN THIS ISSUE: The most difficult staff for ASCs to recruit p. 7 Can ASCs handle the boom in case volume? p. 10 10 specialties with the most physicians at $5M+ net worth p. 37 ASC company forms joint venture cardiovascular p. 21 ASC employee compensation packages are changing p. 12 Same surgery cost nearly 20 times more in HOPD than ASC in California p. 10 ASCs operating at 'breakneck' speed to compete with HOPD staffing p. 17

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