De Novo ASC Hospital JV OBL Conversion The turn-key solution for your heart & vascular ASC

We give the surgeons control and provide the resources to help them thrive. With 100k+ procedures performed and facilities across the country, we are leading the cardiovascular care revolution.

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Developing a successful ASC can be difficult.

You need the right team, the right resources, and the right focus.

It's no secret that heart & vascular diseases are some of the leading causes of death in America. But what you may not know is that specialized ASCs and OBLs can offer world-class treatment for these conditions.

Cardiovascular Centers of America has the experience and expertise to help you develop a world-class cardiovascular center. We'll work with you every step of the way to make sure your center is a success.

  • Partner with a company that is as focused on heart & vascular specialties as you are
  • Bring value to the joint venture partnership, the facility, and patients every day
  • Convenient ASC & OBL development and management
  • Focus on quality and safety

Full service partnership models

Our end-to-end service offering is designed to help you develop and manage your ASC no matter where you are in the process. Our partnership models are designed to fit a wide variety of scenarios to maximize partner value.

De Novo

Local ASCs, built from the ground up.

  • Site selection
  • Architecture & design
  • Finance & operations planning

Hospital JV

Collaborative ASCs for mutual success.

  • Enhanced collaboration
  • Access to patients
  • Access to volume

OBL Conversion

Convert your OBL to an ASC.

  • Adapt for the future
  • Modernize for success
  • Streamline operations

Revenue Cycle Management Service

Revenue cycle management is an essential part of any healthcare organization, and ambulatory surgery centers are no exception. Ensuring that revenue is collected in a timely and accurate manner is critical to the success of an ASC.

Contract negotiations

Physicians are constantly being asked to do more with less, and contract negotiations in healthcare revenue cycle management are no exception. In this competitive environment, it is essential for physicians to understand the various payer contracting models and how they can impact their bottom line.

Our coding and billing staff are trained on the types of contracts CCA prefers to renegotiate.

Superbill management

In the current state of healthcare, revenue cycle management is more important than ever. Physicians are under pressure to ensure that they are collecting all of the payments owed to them. One key part of this is making sure that the superbill process is as efficient as possible.

Coding and billing

One of the most important parts of this process is coding and billing. Understanding how to properly code and bill for services in order to maximize reimbursement and minimize denials is essential.

Prepare and transmit claims

The success of a healthcare revenue cycle management (RCM) system is dependent on the accuracy of the data that is entered into it. Claims preparation and transmission are two key steps in this process, and proper execution requires a good understanding of the rules and regulations governing these activities.


Physicians are busier than ever, and their time is precious. That's why it's important to have a streamlined and efficient healthcare revenue cycle management (RCM) process. One way to achieve this is through adjudication, or the process of identifying and resolving inconsistencies in medical claims data. By using adjudication, providers can ensure that they're receiving accurate payments for the services they provide.

Manage Appeals

It's hard enough to keep up with the changes in healthcare policy, let alone worry about billing and collections. We know the ins and outs of the appeals process, so you can be confident that we'll get the most from every claim.

Patient collections

Efficient collections practices involve working with patients to set up payment plans, contacting insurance companies to follow up on claims, and pursuing legal action when necessary. By doing this, healthcare providers can improve their revenue cycle management and ensure that they get paid for the services they provide.

Electronic Records

Physicians have long been at the forefront of healthcare delivery, but with the increased use of electronic health records (EHRs), they are now also taking on a leading role in revenue cycle management. While EHRs offer many advantages in this area, they also present some unique challenges. We know the key issues involved in using EHRs for revenue cycle management and how to avoid them.

Full integration of electronic ASC/OBL patient records with your practice EMR

Facilities & General Management

Finance & Accounting

Standard cost reporting and management across centers enable better cost management

  • Book Keeping
  • Financial & Management Reporting
  • Capital Expenditure Management
  • Payroll / Taxes
  • Reimbursement Review

Human Resources

You focus on patient care

  • Staff & Physician Recruiting
  • Benefits and Compensation oversight
  • Handbooks, Training, Continuous Education,
  • Emergency Staffing Support

Information Technology

Better tools, lower costs

  • Medical System Evaluation
  • Implementation

Business Development

National presence

  • CCA marketing and branding
  • Patient direct marketing and advertisement
  • Physician Recruitment
  • Service Line Expansion

Accreditation & Licensure

  • Initial License
  • Annual, ad hoc inspection support

Insurance Procurement

Group buying power

  • General & Workers Compensation
  • Interruption & Medical Mal


  • Design
  • Maint Coordination, Logs
  • Quality Control Monitoring


  • M&A, Strategic Partners
  • Legal & Business Structure


Industry leading legal expertise

  • Specialized Council Access

Supply Chain & Inventory Management

Ensuring that the right supplies are available when they're needed can make a big difference in the quality of care patients receive. That's why it's important to have a system in place that can manage orders and inventory effectively.

Inventory Management

  • Bulk off-site storage
  • On-site weekly inventory review and ordering
  • Inventory variance tracking on high dollar items
  • Weekly stocking including all waste disposal (Boxes, carts, etc.)

Supply Chain Management

  • Routine competitive supplier review
  • New/alternative product identification and proactive proposals
  • Price value engineering based on contracts
  • Product acquisition via lowest cost possible (GPOs, Direct, Bundled, Bulk, etc.)