Workforce Pulse: 2024 Salary Survey

Outpatient Surgery Magazine’s annual analysis of our readers’ compensation packages also dives beneath the data to take leaders’ temperatures on a variety of issues.

Joint Commission, AAAHC Experts Offer Simple Hacks to Improve Accreditation Surveys

From the most cited deficiencies to best practices that will impress surveyors, get the inside track on how to ace your next survey.

The Cost Savings of Managing Your Instrument Trays Like Toyota

Instant optimization occurs when you focus on these three areas of waste.

Outpatient Surgery Magazine connects the ambulatory surgery community – and offers OR leaders a place to exchange ideas, learn about emerging trends and discover in-the-field solutions to daily challenges – providing the knowledge and tools to deliver high-quality care in the outpatient environment and keep healthcare workers and surgical patients safe.

January/February 2024

Regulatory Affairs: Is Improved Price Transparency in Our Future?

Federal bills could mandate broader price disclosures to patients.

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Quality: Inside 2023 Performance Improvement Studies

Regulators cited many deficiencies in facilities’ projects.

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Special Edition: February– Ophthalmology

Navigating Cataract Reimbursement Challenges: A Guide for ASCs and Surgeons

How to maximize your revenue and boost your efficiency.

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How Does Ozempic Impact Patients’ Recoveries — and Your Facility’s Processes?

Our ASC’s assessment of GLP-1 medications’ influence on perioperative glucose levels led to a more cost-effective and efficient policy.

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