The latest in GI news and information.
The latest in GI news and information.
The government has been aggressively pursuing enforcement actions against health care providers, including providers in the ASC industry.
Learn whether it is still possible to profit from anesthesia in an ASC, and if so how it should be structured to be most advantageous.
Learn how to determine if anesthesia is still the right decision for your ASC.
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When building a new endoscopy center, there are many important components that need to be addressed.
Learn how to keep a facility open on time and be ready to provide care to patients. One of the more critical components-and one that can easily move down the list of priorities-is information technology (IT).
Learn how to avoid significant complications when building a De Novo.
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Called “excellent” by 96% of 2016 participants, the GI Outlook 2017 conference is shaping up to be a fantastic learning opportunity for attendees. GI Outlook is designated for a broad range of medical professionals seeking a future in GI practice investment, including gastroenterologists, nurse managers, practice managers, and more. The event will take place in Los Angeles, CA August 11-13, 2017 at Loews Hollywood Hotel.
Attendees will be seeking to obtain the tools they need to set a clear vision and strategy, share diverse perspectives in leading the business side of a GI practice, embrace innovation, and guide their entire team toward greater performance and profit. Learning and skill-building opportunities tailored to each individual practice will take place via breakouts, interactive discussions, and pre-conference workshops.
On networking breaks, stop by the exhibit hall and visit sponsor, Physicians Endoscopy, to learn more about our acquisition partnerships, management services or development of a new surgery center. Also learn about current physician openings at one of our centers!
Exhibit Hall Hours:
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East Patchogue, NY– Physicians Endoscopy (PE) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Great South Bay Endoscopy (GSBE). Finalized on May 12, 2017, Physicians Endoscopy will provide a full range of ASC services working exclusively on the business and operational components of the Center.
Great South Bay Endoscopy, a two-room ambulatory surgery center located in East Patchogue, NY, opened in 2014. The Center performs over 5,000 cases annually and currently has five physician providers affiliated with Brookhaven Gastroenterology Associates.
“Partnering with a management company to bring our center to the next level was a no-brainer. We had considered it for a while and then decided that it was the right next step for us as we try to navigate the changing health care environment. Since Physicians Endoscopy deals with GI-specific ambulatory endoscopy centers, we know that we’ll get the specialized attention that we need to reach our full potential. Their knowledge and skill in addressing management and regulatory challenges in a changing practice environment will couple well with our experience on the practice front. The partnership will help us further provide high quality, safe, and cost-effective medical care to our patients.” Ravi Singh, MD, GSBE Medical Director.
“The physicians of Brookhaven Gastroenterology Associates are committed to delivering the highest level of patient care while being the low-cost provider in the market. They sought to align with a corporate partner who shared their values and could provide the expertise to help them accomplish their goals. The doctors also desired a partner who would work with the local hospital to create a joint venture that aligned both the physicians’ goals and the hospital’s desire to deepen the relationship with the top gastroenterology group in their service area. We look forward to working hand in hand on this venture to grow the business together.” Jeff Fox, VP Business Development, Physicians Endoscopy.
Physicians Endoscopy is a nationally recognized development and management partner for GI-focused ambulatory surgery centers. The company currently operates 58 partnered facilities in 15 states with 23 different hospital systems—building collaborative, long-term relationships with partnered physicians that positively impact the center, its patients, and the bottom line. For more information, contact (866) 240-9496.
Great South Bay Endoscopy is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to bringing advanced endoscopy procedures to the people of Suffolk County, NY. Their mission is to create a warm, professional environment that fosters compassion, staffed by a team of specialists totally focused on the care, safety, and individual needs of their patients. Committed to providing the highest quality specialty care in the fields of gastroenterology, hepatology, and gastrointestinal endoscopy, GSBE offers a complete range of advanced diagnostic services including upper endoscopy for conditions such as heartburn and hiatal hernia, and for the evaluation of gastroesophageal acid reflux (GERD) evaluation. Endoscopy procedures enable the diagnosis and treatment of Barrett’s esophagus, Celiac disease, and peptic ulcer disease, as well as evaluate gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding and anemia, diagnose tumors of the upper intestines, and even dilate structures in the GI tract. They also perform colonoscopy and flexible sigmoidoscopy procedures to screen for colon cancer and diagnose lower GI tract problems. For more information, visit http://www.greatsouthbayendo.com.
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Healthcare fraud is rampant. Involving $60 billion per year for Medicare and Medicaid.
Learn the three major statutes utilized by the government for alleged healthcare fraud protection as described by Richard E. Moses, DO, JD and D. Scott Jones, CHC.
Learn how to protect yourself from inadvertently falling into violation.
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Recognized as one of the top 50 medical meetings by HCEA, Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2017 is the perfect platform to meet and collaborate with colleagues in the gastroenterology, hepatology, endoscopy and gastrointestinal surgery fields. The event will take place in Chicago, IL May 6-9th, 2017, at McCormick Place.
Update your knowledge by attending high-quality sessions where you can get practical and useful take-home information. View cutting-edge data, and get exclusive access to top-tier research by discussing changes in GI with leaders in the field. Most importantly, be sure to make a stop by the Physicians Endoscopy (PE) booth #3530! The team will be happy to discuss our partnership and development services, as well as current practice openings at any of our hiring centers.
Sunday, May 7: 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Monday, May 8: 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Tuesday, May 9: 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Monday, May 8: 3:30-5:30 p.m.
McCormick Place Convention Center
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Sunday, March 26, 2017, marks the 9th annual Get Your Rear in Gear (GYRIG) Philadelphia. Philadelphia is the location of one of nearly 50 GYRIG events held annually across the country. The Colon Cancer Coalition, the organization that started Get Your Rear in Gear, held the first GYRIG event in March 2005 in Minneapolis, MN. The initiative began in 2004 as one women’s reaction to the loss of her sister to colon cancer at the age of 46.
Through GYRIG events throughout the year, the Colon Cancer Coalition raises funds to increase screening and awareness for colon cancer. Money stays in the local communities where it is raised. GYRIG Philadelphia has been around since 2009–raising significant money for education, research, screenings, treatment and patient care in the Delaware Valley region.
Physicians Endoscopy has been a long-standing sponsor of the event and is proud to be a primary sponsor of the 2017 event!
For more information one PE’s team, visit our team page
For Get Your Rear in Gear Philadelphia, visit http://join.coloncancercoalition.org/site/TR/Philly/Read More
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