• Alexandra Reyes, VP of Operations, Regent Surgical Health & Scott Bergman, VP of Development, Regent Surgical Health

    In this episode Alexandra Reyes, VP of Operations of Regent Surgical Health and Scott Bergman, VP of Development of Regent Surgical Health join the conversation. Here, they discuss the most pressing topics in the industry - case migration, standardization of clinical protocols, pain management, the biggest opportunities in 2021 and more! This episode is part of a series sponsored by Pacira BioSciences (http://www.pacira.com/), featuring perspectives from three ASC Management groups that reflect different business models and geographical presence.
  • Jamie Heater, VP of Facility Development, Compass Surgical Partners & Will Holding, VP of Development, Compass Surgical Partners

    In this episode Jamie Heater, VP of Facility Development at Compass Surgical Partners and Will Holding, VP of Development of Compass Surgical Partners join the conversation. Here, they discuss the hottest topics in the industry - surgery migration, opioid reduction, musculoskeletal care and much more. This episode is part of a series sponsored by Pacira BioSciences, featuring perspectives from three ASC Management groups that reflect different business models and geographical presence.
  • Dr. Jocelyn Idema, Founder of Steel City Spine and Orthopedic Center

    Dr. Jocelyn Idema, founder of Steel City Spine and Orthopedic Center in Pittsburgh, joined the podcast to talk about how spine care is changing amid the pandemic and which procedures are moving into the office setting. She also discussed the payer landscape and how ASCs will evolve with spine.
  • Nancy Daoust, Chief Ambulatory Officer at State University of New York Upstate Medical University

    This episode features Nancy Daoust, Chief Ambulatory Officer at State University of New York Upstate Medical University. Here, she discusses challenges in the ambulatory setting throughout covid-19 and ensuring her organization is ready to continue handling the pandemic and vaccine distribution. She also shares her advice for emerging leaders which includes assessing what leadership style feels authentic to you.
  • ASC Trends and Tech with Dr. Kenneth Nwosu, Neospine

    Dr. Kenneth Nwosu, a spine surgeon at Neospine in Puyallup, Wash., joined the podcast to discuss the top trends in spine and ASCs today. He also talked about the changes in technology and why he sees robotics and endoscopic surgery playing a big role in spine practices going forward.
  • Dr. Barbara Bergin, Orthopedic Surgeon, Texas Orthopedics, Sports & Rehabilitation Associates

    This episode features Dr. Barbara Bergin, an orthopedic surgeon with Texas Orthopedics, Sports & Rehabilitation Associates, discussing the growth of women in orthopedics. She shared what it was like to be the only woman orthopedic surgeon in training and observations on how the field is changing. View Dr.Bergin's medical self-help blog where she provides common-sense bone and joint pain advice with some humor. https://drbarbarabergin.com/blog/
  • Nader Samii, CEO at National Medical Billing Services, and Dr. Neil ElAttrache, Sports Medicine and Orthopedics Specialist

    This episode features Nader Samii, CEO at National Medical Billing Services, and Dr. Neil ElAttrache, Sports Medicine and Orthopedics Specialist. Here, they discuss their career journeys, reimbursements, high acuity cases, and more
  • Dr. Michael Ast, Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at HSS

    Dr. Michael Ast, assistant professor of orthopedic surgery at HSS in New York City, joined the podcast to talk about his three top priorities in the next year and why he sees more alignment between independent centers and hospital chains. He shared two other predictions about the ASC space and talked about the technology adoption curve for high acuity cases in the ASC.
  • Darin Libby, Principal with ECG Management Consultants

    This episode features Darin Libby, Principal with ECG Management Consultants. Here he shares his perspective on key market drivers that are influencing ambulatory initiatives and other unique industry insights. This episode is sponsored by ECG Management Consultants.
  • William Prentice, CEO of the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association

    This episode features William Prentice, CEO of the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association.  Here, he discusses his ten year run in the CEO role, things he’s been surprised by in his career, and more.
  • Alberto (Beto) Casellas, EVP & CEO, CareCredit at Synchrony

    This episode features Beto Casellas, Chief Executive Officer at CareCredit. Here, he discusses how the Coronavirus is reshaping care delivery and the patient financial experience, how healthcare organizations can adapt to meet the needs of today’s healthcare consumers, and more.
  • How anesthesia groups can position themselves for success in 2021

    This episode features Lee Hedman, Executive Vice President for Surgical Directions and Dr. Josh Miller, Physician Managing Director for Surgical Directions. Here, they discuss best practices for anesthesia groups. This episode is sponsored by Surgical Directions (www.surgicaldirections.com) .
  • Joe Minissale, President of Methodist McKinney Hospital

    This episode features Joe Minissale, President of Methodist McKinney Hospital. Here, he discusses the different types of systems he’s worked for in his career, his best advice for other leaders, and more. Thank you to our sponsor, Coverys.
  • Taylor Cera, COO of The Orthopaedic Surgery Center

    This episode features Taylor Cera, COO of The Orthopaedic Surgery Center in Youngstown, Ohio, speaking about his top 3 plans for the surgery center in 2021 and 3 things that are keeping him up at night.
  • Alfonso Del Granado, Administrator, Covenant High Plains Surgery Center

    This episode features Alfonso Del Granado, BHCM, CASC, Administrator, Covenant High Plains Surgery Center. Here, he discusses the atmosphere of his practice during the COVID-19 pandemic, what a ‘new normal’ looks like, and more.
  • Essential Surgery + Essential Tech Going Forward with Thomas K. Miller, Carilion Clinic

    This episode features Thomas K. Miller, MD, Carilion Clinic. In this episode, he discusses how his orthopedic practice has changed amidst the pandemic and what essential surgery and essential technology look like going forward. The episode first aired in June, 2020.
  • 25. The Year Ahead: Insights from Danilo D'Aprile, Orthopaedic & Specialty Surgery Center

    Danilo D'Aprile, administrator of Orthopaedic & Specialty Surgery Center in Danbury, Conn., outlines his top 3 plans for 2021 in this episode. He also discusses physician recruitment, marketing and doubling the number of total joints at his center this year.
  • 24. Dr. Brian Gantwerker, founder of The Craniospinal Center of Los Angeles

    This episode features Dr. Brian Gantwerker, founder of The Craniospinal Center of Los Angeles. Here, he discusses essential technology in spine, what the innovation in spine will look like in the future, and more.
  • Anthony Romeo, MD, Executive Vice President, DuPage Medical Group

    Dr. Anthony Romeo is the Executive Vice President, Musculoskeletal Institute; Shoulder, Elbow, Sports Medicine Surgery at DuPage Medical Group. He joins this episode to share his different experiences and insights.
  • Michael Patterson, President and CEO of Mississippi Valley Health

    In this episode Michael Patterson, President and CEO of Mississippi Valley Health,discusses the challenges Mississippi Valley faces as a surgery center. Patterson shares insights on his current priorities moving through the pandemic, and more.

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