March 17, 2016

Ophthalmic ASCs have eyes on the prize as the specialty expands

By: Paula DeJohn
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Each year, 3 million Americans have cataracts removed, according to the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS). Between the aging population and the increasing number of cataract procedures being performed, it’s not surprising that ophthalmology has led the way in specialties that are moving to the outpatient setting.

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