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Three Accounting Mistakes ASCs Can Easily Avoid

For most physician-leaders of ambulatory surgery centers, accounting is neither their first love nor their best strength. But in the early days of establishing a successful center, physician partners find themselves in many roles. The buck stops with them for everything from accounting to waste removal and lots of other functions in between, including their…

3 Reasons You Should Outsource Payroll

Payroll is one business process that must be 100% accurate every time. Your employees depend on receiving the correct amount, on time, for every pay period. Federal and state government agencies demand that you keep up with all current rules and regulations and report taxes precisely. Any payroll mistakes could not only damage employee morale,…

MedHQ Named One of the Top 150 Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker’s Hospital Review

MedHQ, the only HR, Finance, and Accounting business services company that specializes in the Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) market, made the 2019 Becker’s Hospital Review’s top 150 Places to Work in Healthcare for the third consecutive year. The list highlights hospitals, health systems and healthcare companies that promote diversity within the workforce, employee engagement and…

MedHQ Promotes Rita Hernandez Figi to Chief Operating Officer

MedHQ announces the promotion of Rita Hernandez Figi to the newly created position of Chief Operating Officer. Hernandez Figi, who joined the company a year and a half ago as Vice President of Human Resource Services, will continue to lead the MedHQ Human Resources practice while adding responsibilities designed to align all of the company’s…

Staffing Issues That Could be Costing Your ASC

Employees are the most important asset and one of the most significant expenses in the operation of your ambulatory surgery center. A 2017 HealthCare Appraisers survey of ASCs in the United States found that 57% of respondents spend 20% to 29.9% of their revenue on employee salaries and wages. And according to research from VMG…