December 15, 2022

Legal ABCs of drafting contracts with anesthesia

By: Jennifer Lubell

Navigating contracts with anesthesia when anesthesiology services are suffering from workforce shortages and high costs is often tricky and complex. The biggest mistake ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) make is that they do not know what they want when entering a contract negotiation with an anesthesia provider. As a result, ASCs pay more than they want to or end up partnering with a provider that falls short of expectations.

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