The Cardiovascular ASC: Four things to consider as you implement your cardiovascular outmigration strategy
Meredith Banasiak, EDAC
“Even the ASCs we are building today may not meet the need to deliver high-quality comprehensive cardiovascular care over the next 10 to 20 years. Having an ASC that covers diagnosis and intervention, as well as ongoing monitoring and the delivery of virtual cardiac rehab, may seem like a stretch today, but helping patients through their cardiovascular health journey will continue to evolve in alternative sites of service like ASCs. In order to enhance the value of an ASC investment, we must consider how best to build facilities within today’s cost constraints and health economics models that enable easy department additions in the future.”
Read more about our ideas for designing Cardiovascular ASCs in this CathLab Digest article, written in collaboration with Mark Toth, Vice President of Cardiovascular Services at Atlas Healthcare Partners.