Becker's Healthcare November 30, 2022
Patsy Newitt

Here are four leaders’ thoughts on reimbursements:

Maxim Sheinman. Director of Business Development at Hospital Corp. of America: Declining reimbursement will lead to additional physician employment by larger health systems. Will also cause declining quality and availability of physician services. More physicians will become employed and will perform less cases in an ASC setting. We will continue to see the consolidation and corporatization of medical practices. More physicians will seek employment in private equity-backed corporations for stable income. Finally, the standard of medicine in this country will continue to decline.

Deborah Herdman, RN. Administrator at Paragon Surgery Center (St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands): What makes me nervous is that it seems to be very challenging to stay in compliance with...

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