Becker's Healthcare May 24, 2024
Laura Dyrda

ASCA is opposed to the Federal Trade Commission’s “Non-Compete Clause Rule,” which will ban noncompete agreements Sept. 4, according to an article written in ASC Focus.

The association, which represents ASCs across the U.S., submitted a comment to the FTC opposing the final rule, stating “surgery centers and other tax-paying healthcare providers would be subject to restrictions that tax-exempt systems would not.”

The comment further noted the final rule allows nonprofit hospitals to “more aggressively engage in noncompetitive behavior” and possibly interfere with the physician’s ability to leave the...

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