ASCs are rising to new challenges to provide cost-effective, individualized surgical care to patients in communities throughout the country.
In a new video, Regent Surgical Health CEO Chris Bishop talks to Dr. Cory Calendine, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon from the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee Surgery Center in Nashville. The state-of-the-art surgery center opened in early 2020, just before the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, and is managed by Regent.
Bishop and Calendine talk about the many benefits that ASCs offer physicians and staff, including access to support and resources to improve efficiency in communications, business operations, finances, and clinical workflows. They also discuss how surgery centers invest in new technology, minimally invasive surgical and pain management techniques, and other innovations to deliver the best patient experience possible.
Hear more about how surgery centers are working to serve local community needs and shape where patient care is heading in the future.