Converting a Vascular Access Center Into a Medicare-Certified Ambulatory Surgery Center
December 5, 2016
Many medical practices are weighing whether to convert their office-based vascular access centers into Medicare-certified ambulatory surgery centers in light of recently finalized federal reimbursement cuts for a variety of interventional procedures. To learn more about key issues worth considering before moving forward with a conversion, read a new white paper by McGuireWoods partners James B. Riley and Jason S. Greis.
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