During the pre-development process of an ambulatory surgery center design, common mistakes are often made that may negatively affect the purpose and viability of the center. Once the center is in operation, it can be nearly impossible to reverse the effects of these errors — and as a result, the entire lifespan of the design will be negatively impacted. These faults could be avoided if thorough research is performed and if competent professionals are available to assist the designers and architects in meeting their goals. The following, if executed and performed prior to the development phase, will augment the true viability of any ambulatory surgery center design and project. Ensuring the thorough progression of a business plan is the first step in the successful development of all types of establishments, including an ambulatory surgery center.
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Ambulatory Surgery Center Design: Development and Planning
Creating an Effective ASC Marketing Plan for Growth and Success
This article summarizes several critical issues related to establishing an ambulatory surgery center. The article focuses on business and planning issues. An article in an issue later this year will discuss key operating agreement and legal and regulatory issues for an ASCs. Financial planning issues 1. Financial feasibility; a comprehensive feasibility study. A group of physicians or physicians and management company or hospital must first examine their outpatient case numbers to determine whether an ASC will be financially feasible.
Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC)
Once upon a time … as some stories begin…the care and feeding of a profitable ambulatory surgery center seemed blessed with a seamless, predictable and uninterrupted patient flow. At least that was the idea. Unfortunately, reality intrudes and things change.