Making The Opportunity For New Specialties In Your ASC
One of the key elements now trending in the ASC Industry is the more you have to offer, the more people will be willing to pay. In our case, it is the insurance payers. Several specialties make you more attractive as the alternative to the hospital. With the exception of ophthalmology and gastroenterology, which make up 49% of all ASC cases across the nation, single specialty centers aren’t that appealing.
If you are a multi-specialty center or a single specialty willing to expand into the multi-specialty arena, there are a lot of opportunities out there. Below is the breakdown of outpatient surgery by specialty in ASCs today.
Read the Becker's ASC article "Downstate NY ASCs teaming up to thrive moving forward: 4 insights" about the Meeting of the Downstate Ambulatory Surgery Centers that @GramercyHC hosted here at https://t.co/QPinHLsKZw— Gramercy Healthcare (@GramercyHC) November 21, 2017
Thanks to all the presenters at the first Meeting of the Downstate Ambulatory Surgery Center!— Gramercy Healthcare (@GramercyHC) November 17, 2017
(in photo: William Prentice, CEO @ASCAssociation ; @Betsy_McCaughey, Chairman RID; Thomas Faith, President NYAASC; Jeffrey Flynn, CASC, CEO @GramercyHC ) pic.twitter.com/EJTGJwdT39
Thanks for a successful first Meeting of the Downstate Ambulatory Surgery Centers! It was great to come together to discuss the issues, problems, and solutions facing our community!— Gramercy Healthcare (@GramercyHC) November 17, 2017
(in photo: Jeffrey Flynn, CASC; Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D.; Katy Chiang) pic.twitter.com/e3bBZrZYDO