The health care industry is constantly evolving and many forces are competing to guide and shape this process. Working together to create opportunities helps all of us achieve our goals.
The mission of the Maryland Ambulatory Surgery Association is to ensure the choice of quality health care at cost effective rates.
There is strength in numbers and power in unity. Competing interests in the health care industry are threatened by ambulatory surgery centers and the choice they provide to health care consumers. This powerful opposition is well-equipped and continues to initiate policy adverse to freestanding surgery centers. MASA can help you fight back.
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Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency in Maryland due to the state's opioid-addiction epidemic. Gov. Hogan committed an extra $50 million over the next five years to bolster state enforcement, prevention and treatment services.Details >
10 Things to Know -- Published by AORN
In late November, The Joint Commission announced it was making adjustments to its ASC survey process effective January 2017. If your ASC is accredited by The Joint Commission, it is important to understand the changes made, including whether they apply to your ASC. If your ASC is accredited by another organization, it is worthwhile to understand these changes as your accrediting body may be implementing similar changes soon. Here are 10 things to know about The Joint Commission's ASC survey changes.Details >