Our Partners in the ASC Community
Leading Companies Help Maximize Profitability and Performance
Surgical Notes has partnered with leading companies and organizations that
focus on maximizing the profitability and performance of ambulatory surgery
centers with innovative products and services.
Simple Admit is a pre-admissions form that is fast and easy to use. The
medical information you provide is used by your healthcare team to ensure
your care is customized to your needs. Your medical and personal information
is secure and private.
The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (ASCA) is the national membership
association that represents ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and provides
advocacy and resources to assist ASCs in delivering high quality, cost-effective
ambulatory surgery to all the patients they serve. At ASCA, we are eager
to help you become better acquainted with our nation’s ASCs and
the people who own and operate them. We are also eager to help you develop
policies on ASC-related issues.
Founded in 2003, the Texas Ambulatory Surgery Center Society (TASCS) serves
as the voice and home of the Texas ASC industry. In addition to serving
as the Texas ASC industry's stakeholder voice in both the regulatory
and legislative arenas in Austin, TASCS provides its members with timely
information about public policy and industry information that often cannot
be found elsewhere, interactive conferences that bring in some of the
nation's top speakers, and valuable vendor and continuing education
discounts and services.
Becker's ASC Review features general business, legal and clinical guidance on topics including
joint-ventures, development and expansion, and regulatory and compliance
issues; as well as analysis and insight for specialties including bariatrics,
orthopedics/spine, gastroenterology, neurosurgery, pain management, ophthalmology,
ENT and anesthesiology. Each of the nine annual issues of the publication
reaches a qualified audience of more than 25,000 key business decision-holders,
including surgeons, medical directors, directors of surgery, ASC administrators
and others involved in the rapidly growing field of outpatient surgery.
Further, every ASC in the nation receives
Becker's ASC Review.
Outpatient Surgery Magazine serves as a meeting place and a marketplace for decision makers in facilities
where ambulatory surgery is done. The magazine facilitates the exchange
of ideas, advice, experiences and information between surgical facility
management team members. It also delivers relevant info and advice from
experts, professional advisors, industry, and others.