We are in the homestretch of our 9-part De Novo series! James McClung joins us this week for part #8 to take us through what you should do when you are 30 days from your first patient. We’ll review final regulatory and compliance checks, necessary equipment, technology, supplies, and contingency plans and cover how to prepare your clinical and administrative teams.
In our news recap, we’ll cover the results from ASCA’s price transparency survey, provide an update on the No Surprises Act, share how ASCs are adapting for success, and, of course, end the news segment with a positive story about a nurse who reunited with a man whose life she saved.
- ASCs Making an Effort to Be Price Transparent
- Federal agencies propose increase to No Surprises Act administrative fees
- How ASCs are adapting for success
- Cardiac Nurse Lauren Huyvaert Reunites with Notre Dame Football Fan Whose Life She Saved
Interesting in learning more about opening a new surgery center? Check out our related episodes:
- Michael McClain – Opening an ASC: Navigating Payer Contracts
- Wil Schlaff – Opening an ASC: Conducting a Comprehensive Feasibility Assessment
- Dawn Pfeiffer – Ask the Expert: Best Practices for Opening a New Surgery Center
- Beata Canby – Opening an ASC: Managing the Regulatory and Certification Process
- Gregory DeConciliis – Opening an ASC: Clinical Preparation
- Andy Berg – Opening an ASC: Finding Your Dream Team
- Wil Schlaff – Opening an ASC: Business Preparation
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