Regent Surgical Health names Thomas Crossen as Chief Development Officer

Regent Surgical Health today announced that Thomas Crossen has joined the company as Chief Development Officer, an addition that strengthens Regent’s position as one of the largest private joint venture operators of surgery centers, including 23 U.S. surgical facilities, 18 hospital joint ventures, and nine total joint replacement centers. “We are pleased to welcome Thomas…

Regent Surgical Health Strengthens Leadership Team to Drive Next Phase of Growth

Regent Surgical Health, the nation’s largest private joint venture operator of surgery centers and leading management and development companies, today announced that James (Jay) Colehour, with more than ten years’ experience as a healthcare business leader, has joined the company’s business development team as Vice President. In his new role, Colehour will leverage his medical…

Getting to Yes: JV Partnerships Between Hospitals & Surgery Centers

Technical advances in anesthesia, orthopedic devices, and surgical procedures, coupled with shifting payer models, are changing the game and creating opportunity for hospital-surgeon ASC joint ventures focused on spine and orthopedics. In the first installment in a two-part series, Phalen summarized how procedures and payer models are playing a role, and in part two, Phalen…

Strategies to Help Surgery Centers Navigate Through OR Nursing Shortage

A recent study published by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, Nursing: Supply and Demand through 2020, reveals that the U.S. economy will create 1.6 million job openings for nurses through 2020. Of the 1.6 million job openings, 700,000 will be newly-created opportunities, while 880,000 will result from retirements. The study also found that…