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  1. 3 cardiology supergroups to know

    Here are three cardiovascular-focused management service organizations to know:
  2. CLS Health acquires Southeast Houston Cardiology, plans new ASC

    Webster, Texas-based CLS Health has acquired Southeast Houston Cardiology, further expanding into the Houston metropolitan area. The acquisition comes shortly after CLS' merger with Clear Lake Cardiovascular Consultants. 
  3. Tenet's CEO is among the highest paid healthcare CEO 

    Saum Sutaria, MD, CEO of Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare makes $11 million annually, according to AFL-CIO

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  1. GI medication facing supply constraints

    Pharmacy giant Sanofi has warned of supply constraints facing its over-the-counter gastroenterology medication Dulcolax, a laxative, according to a Sept. 12 report from NBC News. 
  2. Only 3 states projected to have a surplus of lower-wage healthcare workers by 2026

    The COVID-19 pandemic had a major impact on healthcare worker availability nationwide, especially among lower-wage healthcare workers. By 2026, only three states are expected to have a surplus of lower-wage employees, according to Mercer's most recent "U.S. Healthcare Labor Market" report.
  3. The 10 best public colleges in the US

    The Wall Street Journal has released its list of the best colleges for 2024, with several private universities clinching the top spots. 
  4. 5 states with the highest, lowest income growth

    California is the state with the highest income growth while Alaska has the lowest, according to personal finance site WalletHub.

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  1. 3 states challenging certificate of need laws

    Georgia, Mississippi and North Carolina have all made headway in challenging their state's certificate of need laws.
  2. Private equity's positive role in the ASC space

    In a recent article in Becker's ASC Review, private equity was listed as one of three disruptors in the ASC Space, the other two being supply costs and staffing shortages. 
  3. 5 things to know about One GI

    Here are five fast facts about gastroenterology-focused management service organization One GI: 
  4. The 3 trends keeping ASC leaders up at night

    Here are three major trends on which ASC leaders are hyper-focused in 2023: 

How a better patient financial experience can boost efficiency for ASCs

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  1. Physician vs. CEO pay in 2023

    Here is how physician pay compares to CEO pay, according to the most recent Bureau of Labor Statistics occupational employment statistics survey.
  2. The 3 best hospitals in Missouri for outpatient joint replacements

    Healthgrades ranked the top hospitals for outpatient joint replacements in 2023, including three in Missouri. 
  3. Kelsey-Seybold to add ASC at Houston clinic

    Kelsey-Seybold Clinic plans to renovate and expand its Houston-based Cypress Clinic, adding a second 120,000-square-foot professional building with space for an ASC, according to a Sept. 12 report from ConnectCRE.
  4. 5 highest paid anesthesiologists in New York City

    The highest paid anesthesiologist in New York City earns $550,000 per year, according to Medscape's salary reporter tool, which is much higher than the mean annual wage of $302,970 anesthesiologists make according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  5. The most dangerous places to work in healthcare

    Two of the 10 most dangerous job sectors in America are in the healthcare industry, according to a recent analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data by Fitch Law Firm. 
  6. Colon cancer continues to disproportionately impact minority communities: 7 things to know

    Black Americans are 20 percent more likely to get colorectal cancer and 40 percent more likely to die from it than most other groups, according to research by the American Cancer Society. 
  7. What ASCs need to know about the 'tripledemic'

    Hospitalizations in the U.S. for COVID-19, the flu and respiratory syncytial virus — collectively referred to as a "tripledemic" — are expected to peak at the end of January, according to the latest forecast from life science analytics company Airfinity. 
  8. Average salary of the 10 fastest-growing healthcare jobs

    Nurse practitioner is the fastest-growing healthcare job and has an average annual salary of $124,680.
  9. The physician group megadeals to know in 2023 

    Here are four major physician group deals to know in 2023: 

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