Changing the Way We Operate

Moving the medical industry forward through education around the safety and advantages of in-office and clinic-based surgical suites.

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Anesthesia and Value-Based Care: From surviving to thriving.

Portions of this piece on anesthesia and value-based care were originally published by Scope partner practice Mobile Anesthesiologists in Becker’s ASC review. It has been updated to reflect policy changes by CMS and changing landscape of non-hospital surgical care. While the backbone of value-based care is primary care and preventative medicine, inevitably surgical intervention is…

Scope Practice Spotlight: Mobile Anesthesiologists

The Competitive Advantage: The Mobile Way From the perspective of Chicago’s Mobile Anesthesiologists, the accelerating tailwinds of payers, patients, value-based care, and COVID-19 have had a positive impact on the physician office space over the past two years. In this post-COVID world, we will continue to see patients look for alternatives to hospitals and ASCs…

Healthcare Data Part 1: More than a Buzzword

Healthcare data in “ground level” hands can be much more of a game changer than people often realize. Gut feelings have kept individual humans alive since we were enterprising primates first stepping away from the safety of trees. Gut feelings, however, are terrible when it comes to the bigger picture. They’re too susceptible to the…

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What Procedures are Physicians Performing In-Office?

One could make the argument that physician’s offices and clinics have always seen, to varying degrees, procedures performed therein. But in terms of modern medicine, surgeries and other procedures have taken place in office and clinic-based surgical suites since the 1970s, and with increasing regularity since the 1980s. Today, tens of millions of procedures are…