MGMA Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) Financial Performance Survey
Medical Group Management Association
Please note: When purchasing MGMA annual surveys, please pay attention to the publication dates. MGMA normally collects data from one year, names the survey for the following year, and publishes the data midway through, or at the end of the third year. Therefore, for example, a 2010 survey, based on 2009 data, but published in early 2011 will be useable throughout 2012, a 2011 survey with 2010 data published in early 2012 will be useable through 2013, and so on. The following surveys are the most current surveys available at this time.
2009 Book Version (based on 2008 data)
Size: 8.5" x 11"
February 2010, for use in 2010 - 2011
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A significant benchmarking tool for ASC administrators, MGMA's ASC Financial Performance Survey Report contains financial data on ASCs, including information about revenues, expenditures, patient volume and profitability.
Use this survey report to:
Develop models and make assumptions for use in strategic planning
Benchmark your costs against other ASCs with similar profiles and perform detailed comparisons to highlight possible problem areas in your surgery center
Assess how cost structures affect ASC revenue and enhance your bottom line by examining cost and revenue sources
Everything you need is inside:
Cost data by ownership (physician-owned or majority joint-venture ownership and entity-owned or majority joint-venture ownership)
Data for operating-cost categories (per square foot, per case, per procedure, per operating room, and by percent of total medical revenue)
Complete data for multispecialty and single-specialty practices, including breakouts for gastroenterology, ophthalmology and orthopedic surgery
Table of Contents
Overview; Introduction; Purpose; Data Collection Disclaimer; Confidentiality; How to Use This Report; Report Organization Appendices; Additional Information; User’s Guide; Interpreting the Data; Using the Survey Report
Demographics: Responses Received; Geographic Region; Population Category; State; ASC Ownership; Operating Rooms; Procedure Rooms; Total Rooms; Medical Staff
Ambulatory Surgery Centers: All Respondents
Ambulatory Surgery Centers by Specialty Type; Multispecialty; Greater Than 50% Gastroenterology Cases; Greater Than 50% Ophthalmology Cases; Greater Than 50% Orthopedic Cases; Greater Than 50% Pain Management Cases
Ambulatory Surgery Centers by Geographic Section: ASCs by Geographic Section
Ambulatory Surgery Centers by Profitability: ASCs by Profitability
Ambulatory Surgery Centers by Ownership: ASCs by Ownership
Ambulatory Surgery Centers by Number of Operating Rooms: ASCs by Number of Operating Rooms
Ambulatory Surgery Centers by Years in Operation: ASCs by Years in Operation
Ambulatory Surgery Centers: CPT Specific Data: CPT Code 26055: Tendon Sheath Incision; CPT Code 29826: Arthroscopy of the Shoulder; CPT Code 29877: Arthroscopy of the Knee; CPT Code 29880: Arthroscopy of the Knee; CPT Code 29881: Arthroscopy of the Knee; CPT Code 42820: Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy; CPT Code 43235: Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy; CPT Code 43239: Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (with Biopsy); CPT Code 43238: Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Insertion of Guide); CPT Code 45378: Colonoscopy; CPT Code 45380: Colonoscopy (Foreign Body Removal); CPT Code 45384: Colonoscopy (Hot Biopsy Forceps or Bipolar Cautery; CPT Code 45385: Colonoscopy (Snare Technique); CPT Code 62311: Injection (during Fluoroscopic Guidance); CPT Code 64475: Injection (Paravertebral Facet Joint or Facet Nerve Joint, Lumbar or Sacral); CPT Code 64483: Injection (Transforaminal Epidural, Lumbar or Sacral); CPT Code 64721: Neuroplasty (Carpal Tunnel; CPT Code 66821: Lens Incision; CPT Code 66984: Removal of Cataract; CPT Code 66436: Tympanostomy
Appendices: Abbreviations, Acronyms, Geographic Sections, and Formulas; Glossary of Terms; Excluded Tables; ASC Financial Performance Survey Questionnaire and Guide
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