• Orlando Health buys medical office building from Walgreens for $4.1M

    Orlando (Fla.) Health has purchased a two-story medical office building from pharmaceutical chain Walgreens for $4.1 million, according to a May 31 report from the Orlando Business Journal.
  • Medical office investor buys undeveloped Arkansas plot for $6.1M

    About 9.3 acres of undeveloped commercial land in Rogers, Ark., has sold for $6.1 million to medical office building investor Prime Medical Investment, an affiliate of Texas-based Prime Healthcare Properties, according to a May 30 report from Talk Business & Politics.
  • Northwell Health to occupy 16K-square-foot ASC at Walmart-anchored shopping center

    New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health is set to fill three open spaces at a Yaphank, N.Y., strip mall anchored by a 198,000-square-foot Walmart Supercenter, according to a May 25 report from The Real Deal.
  • The 'real' danger of consolidation

    Anthony Sclafani, MD, director of facial plastic surgery and otolaryngology professor at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City, joined Becker's to discuss the benefits — and disadvantages — of consolidation.
  • Retail giants snap up clinic market share: 5 things to know

    As care delivery continues to become more consumer-centric, several big retailers are looking to secure a place in the retail clinic market, according to a May 18 blog post from Definitive Healthcare.
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  • Connecticut health system acquires 2 ASCs, can't charge facility fees 

    Hartford HealthCare has been approved to acquire two ASCs in Connecticut, the Hartford Business Journal reported May 12. 
  • AmSurg to buy Envision's ASCs

    Following plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Envision Healthcare reached a restructuring agreement with its stakeholders.
  • Will independent ASCs go extinct?

    ASCs around the country are facing reimbursements that are not keeping up with the rising cost of living, leading to a declining number of truly independent, physician-owned ASCs. 
  • The pros and cons of consolidation

    Michael Davis, MD, surgical director and chief of urology at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center in Albuquerque, joined Becker's to evaluate the benefits — and downsides — of the growing trend of consolidation in healthcare.
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  • Orlando Health buys $7.38M medical office building

    Orlando (Fla.) Health has purchased another medical office building near its main campus for $7.38 million, according to a May 8 report from local news station WFTV and the Orlando Business Journal. 
  • HCA doubles down on outpatient growth: 4 notes

    Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare continues to double down on developing outpatient facilities and increasing outpatient procedure migration, according to an April 21 first-quarter earnings call transcribed by Seeking Alpha. 
  • New York's new requirements for physician practice transactions

    Physician practice management services organizations and physician practices or groups will soon be required to send a comprehensive filing for transactions to the state of New York, JDSupra reported May 5. 
  • OSF HealthCare acquires majority interest in Illinois ASC

    Peoria, Ill.-based OSF HealthCare has become the majority investor in Champaign, Ill.-based ASC Olympian Surgical Suites. 
  • CVS Health reports $2.1B in profit in Q1

    CVS Health reported $2.1 billion in profit in the first quarter of 2023, according to the company's earnings, posted May 3.
  • 3 numbers pointing to ASC growth

    As procedures increasingly migrate to the outpatient setting, ASCs continue to grow. 
  • 3 ASC chains poised for growth

    While ASC giants United Surgical Partners International and SCA Health are seeing huge growth in the last decade, they are not the only companies to keep an eye on. 
  • Capitol Pain Institute expands Midwestern ASC network through new acquisition

    Nashville, Tenn.-based Capitol Pain Institute is entering the Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn., metropolitan market through the acquisition of Edina, Minn.-based Nura Pain Clinics. 
  • Surgery Partners' megadeal spree: 3 things to know

    Healthcare services company Surgery Partners spent just under $250 million on ASC acquisitions in 2022, and the company has no plans on slowing its growth in 2023.

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