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OUTPATIENT CARE THE FUTURE OF


PROVIDING SPECIALTY


SURGERIES IN THE ASC SETTING With the rapid evolution of healthcare services that has resulted in a greater diversity of successful outpatient surgical procedures, ASCs are faced with many challenges and opportunities. This is especially true for ASCs providing highly profitable specialty surgeries such as total joint replacements, spinal fusions, and cardiology outpatient procedures. While many of these procedures have historically been performed primarily in the inpatient setting, innovations in outpatient procedures are allowing more specialty surgeries to be done in ASCs.


Given the significant cost savings and convenience for patients; the cost savings for payers and the flexibility and financial benefits for providers, ASCs should strongly consider offering specialty surgeries.


$38 BILLION PAYER $2.5


MEDICARE/MEDICAID BILLION


National Medical Billing Services IBC


35%


Over the next 10 years orthopedics and spine are expected to grow 35% in the outpatient setting.


COST SAVINGS/YEAR - KNEE/HIP TJR


866-948-7170 • nationalASCbilling.com


WWW.NATIONALASCBILLING.COM/RCA INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE TODAY!


REVENUE CYCLE MANAGEMENT | MANAGED CARE CONTRACTING | CODING | BUSINESS ANALYTICS | CONSULTING | TRANSCRIPTION


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