Surgical Notes publishes e-book on Revenue Cycle Outsourcing of the Ambulatory Surgery Center


For outpatient surgery centers considering whether to outsource their revenue cycle management, this e-book is a must have.

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The e-book includes two questionnaires, engaging infographics, and a content flow that help ASC administrators and managers easily gain a thorough understanding of the revenue cycle outsourcing that is becoming increasingly popular in surgery centers.

“For ASCs considering whether to outsource, plan to, or outsource the vendor, this e-book is a must have,” he said Randy Bishop, President and Chief Executive Officer for Surgical Notes. “It contains timely, valuable insights that will help any operations center – regardless of age, level of success, size, specialty, or management structure – make a more informed decision on a matter that can dramatically affect the bottom line and short term.” and long-term success. ”

He continues, “We’re excited to share another benefit that will help ASCs run their businesses more efficiently and effectively so that they can continue to set the standard for patient-centered surgical care.”

Request “Outsourcing Your ASC Revenue Cycle: Know When It’s Time” by clicking here.

The publication of this latest e-book follows the very popular Surgical Notes e-book, “ASC Revenue Cycle Key Performance Indicators to Monitor”. It provides detailed information on more than 15 financial metrics (KPIs), explains the importance of monitoring each KPI, provides target benchmarks, and shares best practices for improving performance.

About Surgical Notes, Inc.
Surgical Notes is a healthcare IT solutions company dedicated to developing innovative products and services for the outpatient surgery center industry. The largest management companies and over 20,000 healthcare providers rely on Surgical Notes’ leading revenue cycle management solutions and services to improve the financial strength and performance of their ASCs. For more information on Surgical Notes and its ASC Revenue Cycle solutions, please visit

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