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WEB CRAWL ASC RESOURCES Check out the web site links below.


TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ASCA’s CAREER CENTER ASCA’s Career Center gives employers and jobseekers in the ASC community a better way to find each other and make that perfect career fit. It offers employ- ers an easy-to-use tool that can help them recruit the most qualified profes- sionals in the industry and helps job seekers find the best possible opportu- nities in the ASC community. http://careercenter.ascassociation.org/


BROWSE ASCA’s ONLINE AFFILIATE BUSINESS DIRECTORY Search the online ASCA Affiliate Business Directory to find the compa- nies and consultants that provide the products and services that your ASC needs. Advanced search capabilities and improved functionality make this directory easy to navigate. www.ascassociation.org/


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Q3 ASCA BENCHMARKING DATA SUBMISSION OPENS


The data collection period for the third quarter (Q3) of the 2016 ASCA Benchmarking Program opens Satur- day, October 1. If you have not pur- chased your 2016 subscription yet, sign up now to take advantage of two quarters of benchmarking and a full year of data from other ASCs. www.ascassociation.org/ ASCABenchmarking


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ATTEND ONE OF ASCA’s 2017 WINTER SEMINARS Between January 12 and 14, 2017, ASCA will offer three Winter Semi- nars in San Antonio, Texas. The new programs will offer ASC profession- als an opportunity to explore in-depth content in one of three areas: minimiz- ing legal and regulatory risk, finance and accounting or coding and reim- bursement. As a bonus, attendees will be able to participate in a session or two from one or both of the other sem- inars when they see content in those programs that interests them. These 2½-day seminars offer attend-


ees a more personalized experience than ASCA’s annual meetings and more opportunities to connect directly with the presenters. Register several mem- bers of your staff now to get the essen- tial ASC management information you and your ASC need to ensure that your business office is functioning at its peak, your ASC is protected from mounting legal and regulatory pressures and your ASC is receiving proper reimbursement for the services it provides. www.ascassociation.org/


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USE ASCA’s SALARY AND BENEFITS SURVEY TO PREPARE FOR 2017 ASCA’s Salary and Benefits Survey can be a valuable tool as you complete budget planning for 2017. The most recent survey results include data on 20 ASC job positions, employee ben- efits and ASC demographics. ASCs that did not participate in the


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survey last year or responded to fewer than 50 percent of the questions, can purchase online access to the final results using the “Purchase Results” button on the Salary and Benefits Survey Page. www.ascassociation.org/


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