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  1. 12 gastroenterology updates

    From partnerships to awards, here are 12 gastroenterology updates Becker's has reported on since Oct. 17:
  2. 23 HCA Healthcare ASCs named America's best

    Twenty-three HCA Healthcare ASCs made Newsweek's "America's Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers," which ranks 510 of the more than 5,000 Medicare-certified ASCs in the country.
  3. Why US vs UK physicians behave inappropriately

    Medscape's October report "Physicians Behaving Badly: US vs UK" laid out why physicians in the United Kingdom and the U.S. believe their colleagues behave inappropriately.

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  1. Arkansas physician found guilty of overprescribing 1.2M prescription drugs

    Texarkana, Ark.-based Lonnie Joseph Parker, MD, has been convicted for prescribing opioids without a legitimate medical purpose, the U.S. Justice Department said Oct. 29. 
  2. 10 most read GI stories in October

    From a controversial colonoscopy study to top GI hospital rankings, here are the 10 most read gastroenterology stories from Becker's this month.
  3. 5 most read ophthalmology stories in October

    From a private equity acquisition to the top-ranked residency programs, here are the five most read ophthalmology stories from Becker's this month. 
  4. Kansas Pain Management co-founder discusses AI, patient experience and physician burnout

    Mahoua Ray, MD, is the co-founder and managing director of Kansas Pain Management and Kansas Anesthesiology Professionals, as well as chief of pain management at Menorah Medical Center and treasurer for the Kansas Society of Interventional Pain Management.

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  1. 5 worst places for physicians, nurses to practice

    The Northeast is home to some of the worst states for physicians to practice while the South contains some of the worst states for nurses.
  2. NP pay for all 50 states adjusted by cost of living

    The national average hourly pay is $56.75 per for nurse practitioners, according to the most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics occupational employment statistics survey. Wages and living costs vary from place to place, however.
  3. How personal productivity impacts physician compensation

    Over half of all physicians are paid, at least in part, based on their personal productivity, according to the American Medical Association's latest "Physician Practice Benchmark Survey." 
  4. New York hospital to prioritize outpatient care center, add new technology partnership

    One of two HealthAlliance Hospital campuses in Kingston, N.Y., will be converted into an outpatient care-focused, walkable health campus, according to a press release from the Westchester Medical Center Health Network. 

Using metrics to drive healthcare IT collaboration

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  1. OmniVision, AdaptivEndo partner for single-use endoscope development

    Digital imaging company OmniVision has partnered with endoscopy technology provider AdaptivEndo to create a new, single-use endoscope for gastroenterology, hepatology and other applications. 
  2. 10 best states for physicians, nurses to practice

    The best states for physicians to practice are not necessarily the best for nurses.
  3. Compass Surgical Partners: 6 new hires in 45 days

    ASC management company Compass Surgical Partners has considerably expanded its leadership team, with six new hires in the last two months alone. 
  4. 3 medical office building sales this week

    From an Indianapolis medical office building to an Idaho hospital building, here are three medical office building sales Becker's has reported on in the last week. 
  5. 44,000-square-foot Indianapolis medical office building sold

    A 44,000-square-foot medical office building in Indianapolis has been sold, REBusiness Online reported Oct. 28.
  6. Amazon's $3B Q3 loss: What ASCs need to know 

    Amazon reported a $3 billion net loss for the year through the nine months ending Sept. 30
  7. Mytonomy Expands Its Offering to Support Ambulatory Surgery Centers

    CHICAGO, IL, October 28, 2022 – Mytonomy, the leader in patient education and engagement solutions leveraging the power of content streaming, announced its expanded offering for Ambulatory Surgery Centers today at Becker’s 28th Annual ASC Review Conference.
  8. Cincinnati endoscopy center ranked best in Ohio

    The Anderson Endoscopy Center in Cincinnati was the highest-ranked endoscopy center in Ohio by Newsweek for a third consecutive year.
  9. 'Every day there is a new player in the ASC space': 5 leaders weigh in on private equity

    Five leaders joined Becker's to discuss private equity's influence in the ASC industry:

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