Regent Surgical Health’s comprehensive, new white paper, “Ambulatory Care Platforms as the Key Driver of a Successful Value-Based Care Strategy,” shares insights and expertise to help hospital systems embrace the strategic, structural and operational approaches that optimize ambulatory care platforms to enhance value-based care strategies. In addition to exploring industry best practices, Regent Surgical Health shares its experience working with health systems across the country to develop and execute ASC strategies that improve outcomes and lower the cost of care.
Leveraging extensive knowledge of the ASC marketplace, a new white paper delves into three of the top developments currently transforming the ASC industry and hospital outpatient strategies. The paper examines reasons hospitals should embrace the move of total joint replacement to an outpatient environment, the ASC’s role in a value-based care transition, and a new way to recruit and retain employed physicians; offering them ownership in an ASC.
As a result of healthcare reform, hospitals are embracing joint venture ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) as a key element of outpatient strategy. Done well, these ASC partnership efforts between hospitals and physicians provide more efficient, higher quality care at lower cost. This article explores trends impacting hospital/physician ASCs, and key success factors to look for in such partnerships.