• Optum looks to physicians: 3 key moves in 2023 

    Optum, the largest employer of physicians in the country, has doubled down on its physician acquisition strategy in 2023. 
  • 7 ASC ownership shakeups

    A handful of ASCs have changed hands in 2023, due to factors including health system bankruptcy filings. 
  • CVS Health rebrands: What it means for physicians 

    CVS Health, one of the country's largest employers of physicians, has rebranded its healthcare delivery services.
  • 1 bankrupt hospital, 11 EDs & 3 Texas hospitals: HCA's spending spree

    Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare, one of the country's largest operators of ASCs, is on a spending spree – inking three deals in the last week. 
  • 10 healthcare acquisitions in November

    Here are 10 acquisitions of ASCs and medical buildings that occurred last month, as reported by Becker's in November:
  • Central Maine Health attempting to acquire full ownership of its ASC

    Central Maine Health Ventures, a subsidiary of Auburn-based Central Maine Healthcare, is attempting to acquire full ownership of its ASC, Central Maine Orthopaedics Ambulatory Surgical Center in Auburn, according to a Dec. 1 report from the Sun Journal.
  • 2023 a year of change for AmSurg

    ASC chain AmSurg has undergone a metamorphosis in 2023.
  • 3 major practice, care center closures in November

    Here are three major practice and care center closures on which Becker's reported in November:
  • Tampa General Hospital closes purchase of 2 ASCs

    Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital has completed the $290 million purchase of Bravera Health properties in Citrus and Hernando from Community Health Systems, which include two ASCs, according to a Dec. 1 report from Health News Florida.
  • A big year for Surgery Partners

    With a year filled with deals, partnerships and acquisitions, ASC chain Surgery Partners has been anything but passive in 2023. 
  • New Jersey medical office building expands tenancy

    Atkins Companies has signed tenancy agreements with three medical practices at its West Orange, N.J.-based Washington Medical Arts Building, moving closer to filling its 70,000 square feet of space, according to a Nov. 29 report from NJBiz.
  • First Citizens Bank supplies $99.3M in financing for medical, GI facilities

    Healthcare Finance, a First Citizens Bank business, has helped facilitate two medical office building transactions totaling $99.3 million. 
  • Optum adds 20,000 physicians in 2023 

    Optum now has nearly 90,000 employed and affiliated physicians, CEO Amar Desai, MD, said during a presentation at UnitedHealth Group's 2023 investor conference on Nov. 29. 
  • Illinois medical office buildings sold

    A two-building medical office portfolio in Libertyville, Ill., has been acquired by an affiliate of Stage Equity Partners, according to a Nov. 29 report from Commercial Property Executive.
  • What ASCs should consider when partnering with private equity

    At the Becker's 29th Annual ASC Meeting: The Business and Operations of ASCs, Dana Jacoby, president and CEO of Vector Medical Group, and Gary Herschman, partner and co-chair of the healthcare transactions group at Epstein Becker & Green, discussed the consolidation in the healthcare industry, particularly in ASCs and physician groups.
  • 5 moves that shook up the ASC industry in 2023

    From Optum acquisitions to a CMS rule, here are five major moves that shook up the ASC industry in 2023:
  • 33K-square-foot Indiana medical office building sold

    A 33,000-square-foot medical office building in Carmel, Ind., has been acquired by Echo Real Estate for an undisclosed price, according to a Nov. 22 report from REBusiness Online.
  • Tenet's $2.4B hospital sale and 2 more industry updates 

    Here are three healthcare stories from the last week that ASC leaders should know:
  • ASC chains by the numbers 

    ASC chains such as Tenet Healthcare's United Surgical Partners International and Optum's SCA Health are rapidly growing as the industry consolidates.
  • Kaiser Permanente acquires DC office building for $198M

    Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente has acquired 507,237 square feet of medical office space in Washington, D.C., for $198 million, according to a Nov. 20 report from Commercial Property Executive. 

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