ASC Management

Management for Success

Our hands-on, ongoing management ensures all operations yield immediate and long-term profitability. Our years of experience, proprietary analytics and benchmarking make the difference.
  • Oversee patient care systems
  • Implement an ongoing risk management system
  • Oversee all business office systems
  • Maximize return on payer contracts
  • Total staff management, training and development
  • Benchmarking of efficiency, costs of services and revenue per case
  • Manage credit and collections policies and practices
  • Customer service programs
  • Physician promotions
  • Review fee schedules and payer history to increase profits and remain competitive
  • Compliance and billing audits
  • Manage liability and malpractice insurance
  • Administer medical directors agreement
  • Governing board reports
  • Annual operating and capital budget
  • Oversee general accounting, ledger and financial statements
  • Monthly financial statements
  • Cash management
  • Manage loans and equipment lease
  • Partnership distributions
  • Market to physicians, payers, providers and community
  • HIPAA compliance
  • Physician recruiting
  • Regular interface with medical staff
  • Develop new services and programs

Retroactive Contract Analysis™

Our managed care contract tool analyzes payment history, per payer / per procedure. It compares payments among all your payers and with payers in your region. Evaluates the return on your discounts based on volume a payer generates. Identifies: procedures to carve out, contracts to renegotiate or cancel, contracts for participation or non-par, terms that must be renegotiated.

Managers Academy

Our ASC Managers Academy supports the performance and professional development of our centers administrative directors and business managers. We bring them together for an annual conference to learn about regulatory changes, shifts in the economy and reimbursement, new products and services. From experts and from each other, they learn best practices and tips to take back to their centers.