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Annals of Clinical and Laboratory Research

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Abstract

Pros and Cons of Practice-Owned and Office-Based Ambulatory Surgery Centers

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Sharing your office-based mobile medical procedure office might produce extra income, however your hardware will be dependent upon extra mileage, your office systems might be compromised, and your responsibility might increment. The creator talks about the advantages and disadvantages of "leasing" your OR. Operating a licensed mobile medical procedure office inside your office can significantly affect your training. It might empower you to utilize your time most effectively, give more noteworthy command over staffing, work with congruity of care, and may even produce extra pay while diminishing patient expenses. Functional effectiveness and cost control are basic to the productivity of an office-based walking office. Expanding the progression of patients decreases the expense per case and builds income. To this end, you might consider leasing the working space to doctors outside of your training. Prior to settling on this choice, however, cautiously assess both the advantages and disadvantages of such a game plan.