America’s “Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers 2022” highlights the nation’s top ambulatory surgery centers based on quality of care, performance data and peer recommendations, relative to in-state competition. Centers in the 25 states with the highest number of Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs), according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), were included in the study.
- Included Ambulatory Surgery Centers operate exclusively for the purpose of providing surgical services to patients not requiring hospitalization and in which the expected duration of services would not exceed 24 hours following an admission. An unanticipated medical circumstance may arise that would require an ASC patient to stay in the ASC longer than 24 hours, but such situations should be rare.
- Over 4,600 Ambulatory Surgery Centers in the 25 states were analyzed. The 470 Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers in the 25 above mentioned states were awarded by Newsweek and Statista, resulting in a varying number of ASCs awarded per state: California had the most ambulatory surgery centers awarded with 83, while Mississippi is represented with 4 ambulatory surgery centers.
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