James Ballard, M.D., and Chris Nanson, M.D. from the Oregon Surgical Institute discuss many reasons why surgeons want to transition to outpatient for total joint replacement (TJR) and other procedures. From less hospital bureaucracy and fewer meetings to more ownership and increased time with patients. Surgeons can be in the driver seat throughout the whole process. Ambulatory surgery centers (ASC’s) allow surgeons to do what they do best, be doctors and NOT administrators.
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