BY ROBERT KURTZ | MAY 2018
Efforts to effectively grow ophthalmology might be stifled if an ASC does not focus on basic concepts needed for success.
The future of ophthalmology in ASCs looks bright, says George Violin, MD, board-certified ophthalmologist and one of the founding principals of ASC management and development company Ambulatory Surgical Centers of America, based in Hanover, Massachusetts.
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