Marta Shultz

Marta Shultz
VP of Quality

Recent Posts

  • Educational / Industry Simplify ASC Thu Nov 14 21:46:23 2019
Nov 12, 2019
Start a conversation with the average ASC administrator about reporting, and they’re ready to head for the nearest exit. It may be an integral part of operating a high-performing surgery center, but it can be time consuming and di [...]
  • Educational / Industry Simplify ASC Mon Nov 18 22:43:58 2019
Oct 1, 2019
Before the shift towards most outpatient surgeries being performed in ASCs, Medicare and Medicaid surgical patients were primarily cared for in hospital settings. But as reimbursement models shifted, and surgical and anesthesia in [...]
  • Educational / Industry Simplify ASC Mon Sep 23 21:55:29 2019
Aug 22, 2019
A Reference Guide to the Essentials of Nursing Leadership and Management In the tiny town of Scottsboro, Alabama, there’s an unlikely megastore: the Unclaimed Baggage Center. It’s where the airlines sell property travelers leave b [...]
  • Instructional Simplify ASC Tue Jul 09 21:08:07 2019
May 23, 2019
If you’re like most ASCs, reporting is a fact of life. From case costing reports to credentialing, reports set the agenda for most board meetings and provide center staff with valuable performance benchmarks. When it comes to boar [...]
  • Educational / Industry Simplify ASC Thu Sep 26 17:58:38 2019
Mar 21, 2019
The year is well underway, and 2019 already promises to be pivotal for Ambulatory Surgery Centers. Since their inception 40 years ago, ASCs have successfully worked to provide high-quality, cost-effective surgical care to millions [...]
  • Instructional Simplify ASC Wed Mar 27 18:22:49 2019
Mar 7, 2019
It is estimated that ASCs spend up to $7 on materials to build a paper chart. Multiply that by an annual case count and it adds up - fast. By how much? Based on average annual case volume reported from Medicare-certified ASCs, the [...]
  • Educational / Industry Simplify ASC Thu Sep 26 18:15:18 2019
Feb 5, 2019
 According to an International Data Corporation report last year, healthcare data is projected to grow by 36 percent through 2025 — faster than manufacturing, financial services or media data. Once known primarily as “Big Data,” t [...]
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