Running head: BUILDING AN AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER
Building an Ambulatory Surgery Center
BUILDING AN AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER
Coastal Medical Center has considered a joint venture together with physicians in a bid to
build an ambulatory surgery center which would offer the latest robotic surgery technology.
This requires a comprehensive feasibility study by the management of the hospital and the group
of venturing physicians to examine the number of the outpatient cases in order to determine the
financial feasibility of the ambulatory surgery center. This paper discusses how the Coastal
Medical Center would fund, build, supply, and staff the new ambulatory healthcare facility as it
continue running the hospital. The level of care which would be provided in the plan is also
discussed including the level of charity which should be provided and can be affordable. The
paper also discusses how to address IT, economics, HIPAA, staffing, and medical delivery
quality problems surrounding the health care environment.
Funding, building, staffing, and supplying a new healthcare facility while still running the
Building and equipping a new ambulatory center which would offer the latest robotic
technology while still running the hospital can be challenging especially in terms of finances. In
order to fund, build, staff, and supply the ambulatory healthcare facility as the hospital continue
with its operation, the hospital management would greatly benefit from conducting a community
health assessment when strategically planning for the facility (Harrison, 2016)...