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  1. The decline of anesthesia reimbursements: 5 key considerations

    While demand for anesthesia services has skyrocketed, Medicare reimbursements have shrunk, according to VMG Health's 2023 "Physician Alignment: Tips & Trends" report. 
  2. UC San Diego gifted $25M for outpatient center

    UC San Diego Health was given $25 million by the McGrath Family Foundation in support of the development of the health system's new outpatient center.
  3. What healthcare administrators earn in 4 care settings

    The average salary among healthcare administrators and managers in all settings is $104,830 per year — however, that figure varies by factors including years of experience and care setting. 

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  1. Colorectal cancer screening rates by state

    Maine has the highest rate of colorectal cancer screenings, according to the United Health Foundation's America's Health Rankings.  
  2. Physician pay and private equity: 5 notes on compensation arrangements 

    Private equity remains a strong force in physician practice deals, according to VMG Health's 2023 "Physician Alignment: Tips & Trends" report. 
  3. Adventist Health cuts ties with Blue Shield of California

    As of Dec. 1, Roseville, Calif.-based Adventist Health will no longer accept Blue Shield of California insurance plans. 
  4. How United Digestive fared in 2023

    From getting a new private equity partner to adding GI Genius to its ASCs, United Digestive has had a big year.

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  1. 10 major anesthesia stories from 2023

    ASCs were overwhelmed by anesthesiologist shortages and anesthesia price hikes in 2023. 
  2. GI Partners launches real estate investment joint venture to focus on medical buildings

    GI Partners, a private equity firm, has partnered with a group of former Healthcare Trust of America executives for a new joint venture focused on investing in medical outpatient buildings, according to a Dec. 7 report from the Phoenix Business Journal.

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