The 2023 OR Excellence Awards

The Epitome of Quality Care

Regulatory Affairs: CMS Proposal a ‘Horrible Three-Legged Stool’

ASC officials ‘mystified’ by 2024 plan for Medicare patients.

Focus On: ASC Build: Optimization Is Everything

DISC Sports & Spine Center further hones its outpatient approach for complex spine cases with its third ASC.

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.

September 2023

A Critical Conversation

Three providers discuss the epidemic, the current landscape and future potential for opioid-sparing surgery.

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How the Perioperative Team Can Optimize Arthroplasty Outcomes

Patient selection, standardization and ERAS protocols help ensure successful results for each and every patient.

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Special Edition: August – Gastroenterology

Essential Elements of a Highly Efficient Fluid Waste System

Three critical questions to get the most out of your facility’s major purchasing decision...

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Crucial Communication With Patient Apps

Define your needs, customize your messaging and streamline the information-distribution process....

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