Webinar Recording - Michigan Regulatory Changes: The Future of CV in ASCs

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As of September 16, 2021, Michigan has updated state regulations related the cardiac services offered in Ambulatory Surgery Centers. According to the MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES CERTIFICATE OF NEED (CON) REVIEW STANDARDS FOR CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION SERVICES, already in effect, organizations with established ASCs will now be permitted to include cath/PCI in the ambulatory setting.

Inherent in these new rules is the need for any/all ASCs in the state to be accredited by a 3rd party to ensure quality of care and best-practice standards are in place. All providers in the state should strongly consider the implications of this change on current clinical operations, market dynamics, and regional/local competition. AND, based on the rules, existing ASCs that would like to offer cardiovascular (CV) procedures need to be prepared for accreditation to remain in compliance with the Michigan DOHHS regulations.

Corazon experts discussed the following:

  • An explanation of the new regulations and what they mean for Cath & PCI program operations in both the acute care and ambulatory settings;
  • How these changed regulations will affect access, quality, and cost of coronary intervention;
  • The rationale for strong consideration of a CV ASC for your organization;
  • Accreditation and peer review in the context of the new Michigan mandates;
  • Client examples, real-world accreditation results, and more!

Now is the time to consider your CV in ASC Strategy and what you need to ensure growth, viability, and differentiation in the evolving Michigan healthcare marketplace. Is your hospital prepared?

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Disclaimer: Please note that Corazon Webinars are intended for individuals affiliated with hospitals, health systems, physician practices, and other healthcare delivery organizations. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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