• Maryland medical office building sells for $34M

    A medical office building in Pikesville, Md., has been acquired for $34 million, according to a Nov. 14 report from the Baltimore Business Journal. 
  • Amazon, CommonSpirit partner: What ASCs need to know 

    CommonSpirit Health's Virginia Mason Franciscan Health and Amazon's One Medical have inked a deal to allow CommonSpirit's specialists to provide care to Amazon's primary care patients, according to a Nov. 9 release from the health system. 
  • Why some hospitals don't have ASCs

    Hospitals are showing increasing interest in ASCs, but some are still hesitant, according to the annual "Hospital Leadership ASC Survey," conducted by consulting group Avanza Healthcare Strategies and published Nov. 8. 
  • 35K-square-foot Virginia medical office building sold

    A 35,406-square-foot medical office building in Sterling, Va., a nearby suburb of Washington D.C., has sold for an undisclosed price, according to a Nov. 9 report from REBusiness Online.
  • ASC ownership is shifting: What leaders need to know

    The number of hospital systems that own ASCs are on the rise, according to the annual "Hospital Leadership ASC Survey," conducted by ASC expert group Avanza Healthcare Strategies and published Nov. 8. 
  • USPI vs. Optum vs. Surgery Partners in Q3: 15 notes 

    Here are 15 notes from United Surgical Partners International, Surgery Partners and Optum's third quarter financial results:
  • 4 ASCs listed for sale in New Jersey

    Four ASCs between $1.1 million and $3.2 million have been listed for sale in New Jersey, according to data from LoopNet accessed on Nov. 9. 
  • Surgery Partners in the headlines: 3 notes

    Here are three updates on Surgery Partners that Becker's has reported on since Sept. 21: 
  • Surgery Partners in Q3: 5 financial notes

    Nashville, Tenn.-based Surgery Partners reported revenues of $674 million in the third quarter of this year, representing growth of 8.6% year over year.
  • Virginia Hospital Center pays $21.5M for ASC, medical office building space

    Virginia Hospital Center has paid $21.5 million to acquire a six-story office property in Alexandria, Va., for use as an ASC and medical office building, according to a Nov. 7 report from the Commercial Observer. 
  • Real estate joint venture snags $75M credit facility

    A joint venture between real estate investment, development and advisory firm Sendero Capital and Angelo Gordon, an investing platform, received a $75 million credit facility, Commercial Property Executive reported Nov. 7.
  • 32K-square-foot medical office building acquired in Minnesota

    Montecito Medical has acquired a 32,711-square-foot medical office building in Woodbury, Minn., according to a Nov. 6 report from REBusiness Online.
  • Physician-owned clinic pays $3.3M for undeveloped lot

    Physician-owned BayCare Clinic in Green Bay, Wis., purchased more than 25 acres of undeveloped land for $3.3 million, the Green Bay Press Gazette reported Nov. 3. 
  •  3 disruptors scooping up physicians

    Here are three disruptors that have made strides in the consolidation of physicians in the last year:
  • 2 Texas cardiology centers expected to close, lay off 30

    Two San Antonio-based cardiovascular centers owned by Peripheral Vascular Associates will likely shut down, according to two Oct. 25 letters to the Texas Workforce Commission shared with Becker's.
  • $10B+ for Optum's 3 most expensive deals in 2023

    Three of Optum's most expensive deals in 2023 total more than $10.2 billion. 
  • 118K-square-foot Texas medical office building acquired

    A 118,472-square-foot medical office building in Richardson, Texas, has been acquired by healthcare investor Big Sky Medical, according to a Nov. 2 report from the Commercial Property Executive. 
  • The deals shaking up the ASC industry

    Here are three deals from major ASC chains that have closed or are on the horizon that are shaking up the industry:
  • Oregon Health Authority approves AmSurg's takeover of 5 ASCs

    The Oregon Health Authority has approved a material change transaction that will transfer ownership of five ASCs in the state from Envision Healthcare to its ASC-focused subsidiary AmSurg. 
  • ASC optimization: How litigated claims & personal injury patients can generate new revenue

    The number of specialty ASCs owned by physician practice groups or investors has grown in recent years — and this trend is only expected to continue. Unfortunately, many of these organizations are struggling with declining reimbursements from government and commercial payers. 

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