Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. Stamford signs Connecticut medical building lease

    Stamford (Conn.) Hospital's corporate parent, Stamford Health, has signed a lease for a 65,667-square-foot medical office building, according to a June 26 report from the Stamford Advocate.
  2. Dr. Eric Lorio joins Metropolitan Gastroenterology Associates

    Internal medicine specialist Eric Lorio, MD, has joined Marrero, La.-based Metropolitan Gastroenterology Associates. 
  3. New York ASC hit with data breach

    The Mount Kisco (N.Y.) Surgery Center was hit with a data breach affecting current and former employees and patients. 

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  1. North Carolina physician practice closes abruptly 

    Greenville, N.C.-based Carolina East Family Medicine's physician office has abruptly closed, WITN reported June 25
  2. The need-to-knows of opening an ASC

    As ASCs become increasingly appealing to market players, some healthcare leaders who are not as familiar with ASC practices may be looking to open outpatient centers.
  3. What leaders are saying about physician autonomy

    Autonomy is a critical element of a physician's career, and according to healthcare leaders, market factors such as consolidation and private equity have limited the longevity of independent physicians.
  4. What to know about 5 anesthesia supergroups

    Here is what to know about five of the largest anesthesiology groups in the U.S.:

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  1. How NP pay compares to inflation

    The average annual salary for nurse practitioners increased by 3% between 2023 and 2024, while inflation is currently down by 19.5%.
  2. Surgical hospital laid off CRNAs, cancels surgeries after DOH citation

    A second California hospital is in the spotlight for issues related to certified registered nurse anesthetists care provision, The Modesto Bee reported June 24.
  3. 3 cardiology practice openings in 1 month

    Here are three new cardiology practices and clinics that have opened that Becker's has reported on since May 30:
  4. What all young gastroenterologists need to know

    James Leavitt, MD, director of clinical quality and outcomes of Miami-based Gastro Health, joined Becker's to discuss what all new physicians need to know and how satisfied he is with his income.

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  1. 5 reasons physicians are turning away from medicine

    More physicians are regretting choosing to pursue medicine, according to a 2023 survey from the Physicians Foundation, and here are five reasons why physicians are turning away from the practice. 
  2. Florida neurologist acquires medical building

    Florida-based neurologist Kester Nedd, MD, has acquired a Miami Lakes-based medical office building for $15 million, according to a June 7 report from the South Florida Business Journal.
  3. United Anesthesia acquired by GHR Healthcare

    Anesthesiologist staffing provider United Anesthesia has been acquired by workforce solutions provider GHR Healthcare. 
  4. 5 deals disrupting the ASC industry

    Here are five deals shaping the ASC industry that Becker's has reported on in 2024: 
  5. Montana physician convicted in $39M fraud scheme

      A Whitefish, Mont., physician pleaded guilty to participating in a $39 million Medicare fraud scheme. 
  6. Georgia physician charged with illegal drug distribution

    A Warner Robins, Ga., physician has been charged with conspiracy to violate drug laws, 13 WMAZ reported June 25. 
  7. Boston Scientific expands cardiology portfolio through $1.26B acquisition

    Boston Scientific plans to acquire carotid artery device specialist Silk Road Medical for $1.26 billion, further expanding its cardiology portfolio. 
  8. Mann Eye Institute opens office-based surgery center

    Austin, Texas-based Mann Eye Institute has opened its new office-based surgery center, the Mann Austin Surgery Center. 
  9. Augusta Health earns outpatient cardiology accreditation

    Fishersville, Va.-based Augusta Health has earned the American College of Cardiology's Heart Failure Accreditation with Outpatient Services, according to a June 25 report from the Augusta Free Press. 

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