Becker's ASC Review

September/October 2022 Issue of Becker's ASC Review

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September-October 2022 • Vol. 2022 No. 7 3 ways ASCs are seeking to drive revenue As supply and labor costs skyrocket, ASC leaders are seeking new ways to drive revenue, including value-based care, physician ownership and private equity investment. ASC leaders continue to grapple with staffing issues ASC leaders discuss strategies they have implemented to address staff shortages, which ranks among the biggest challenges surgery centers are facing in today's healthcare environment. continued on page 9. continued on page 29. continued on page 8. CMS ups inpatient rates 4.3% for 2023; what should ASCs expect? CMS plans to boost acute care hospital pay 4.3 percent in 2023, as long as hospitals comply with quality data reporting. The inpatient pay hike is the highest market basket update in 25 years. Can ASCs expect a similar boost? 200+ STORIES INSIDE USPI to run up to 600 ASCs by end of 2025 p. 6 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: ASC chain with 1,079% 3-year growth makes the Inc. 5000 list p. 9 What nurses, support staff crave from employers today p. 7 ASC-payer negotiations: 1 CEO's advice for securing the right contracts p. 32 $70M Olathe Health expansion includes 2 ASCs p. 12 The growth strategy of 3 major ASC chains p. 12 New PE-backed spine device company targets ASC surgeons p. 56 The opposition behind 3 ASCs p. 17

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