The New Jersey Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers (NJAASC) is an incorporated non-profit organization which was founded in 1992 by owners of ambulatory surgery centers.

Our mission is to promote and advance the efforts of New Jersey's ambulatory surgery centers in the delivery of optimum patient care in a cost effective manner.

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President's Message

From Larry Trenk

Welcome to NJAASC

We are very pleased to be celebrating over 20 years supporting surgery centers throughout New Jersey.

Larry TrenkGiven the seemingly infinite challenges confronting our centers, please rest assured that the Association is vigorously engaged in efforts to protect and preserve the best interests of its membership. Whether it be the recent articles defiling unlicensed and/or licensed centers or the various legislative affronts or myriad regulatory initiatives, the Association is firmly in the trenches in all areas and venues.

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NJAASC HIV Rapid Read Seminar

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Trying to meet the OSHA quick turnaround requirement of results of the HIV testing of a source patient in an employee sharps injury ,has been almost impossible to meet.


Horizon's newest Medicare Advantage plan encourages use of 'patient-centered' practices

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey is offering a new Medicare Advantage plan that has lower out-of-pocket costs and more coordinated care when members choose doctors in Horizon's network of patient-centered practices, the largest such network in New Jersey.


Exec returns to Horizon to fill newly created post

NJ Biz Article

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey announced Monday that Dr. Minal Patel is rejoining it as senior vice president and chief strategy officer


Global Ebola Task Force: Law firm prepares for myriad of virus-related questions

NJ Biz Article

The law firm Reed Smith on Tuesday launched a multidisciplinary Global Ebola Task Force, headed by Patrick E. Bradley, a partner in the firm's Princeton office, to keep the firm abreast of legal issues that arise from the Ebola crisis and to address the questions the firm has begun fielding from clients across a wide range of industries


TEXAS NURSE’S EBOLA INFECTION WORRIES NJ HEALTHCARE WORKERS

NJ Spotlight Article

Nurses group call for infected patients to be transported out of state, CDC is reviewing options


MERGER OF TWO HOSPITALS COULD INCREASE QUALITY, BUT ALSO CONCENTRATE POWER

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Analysts see potential for gains from new giant, but say regulatory review is in order


THE LIST: TOP 10 HOSPITALS IN NEW JERSEY PAYING HIGH PRICE FOR HIGH READMISSION RATES

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ACA cuts in Medicare reimbursements aim to reduce number of patients who return for treatment after being discharged

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Subscribe to NJAASC Upcoming EventsUpcoming Events

October 27, 2014
9:00-11:00AM

NJAASC Rapid Read Seminar - NORTH

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Brach Eichler - 101 Eisenhower Blvd


October 28, 2014
9:00-11:00AM

NJAASC Rapid Read Seminar - SOUTH

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The Mansion on Main Street - Voorhees, NJ


December 3, 2014
4:00-7:00PM

SCC - Quarterly Meeting

90 Woodbridge Center Drive - 10th Floor - DTW Conference Room

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