ASCA Debuts New Web Site; Register for ASCA 2012

February 6, 2012

 

ASCA is pleased to announce the launch of its newly redesigned web site. The site has a fresh new look and improved navigation that makes it easier than ever for you to find the ASC information and resources you need.

Along with the new web site, we are pleased to announce the opening of online registration for ASCA 2012—ASCA’s annual meeting, May 9–12, in Dallas, Texas. Click here to register online.

ASCA 2012 will be the largest and most comprehensive ASC industry event of the year. With an anticipated attendance of more than 2,500 and more breakout sessions than ever before, this meeting is designed to deliver the information you need to know to operate your ASC effectively in 2012 and beyond. Register now to

  • discover new ways to enhance your ASC’s bottom line
  • learn how to comply with Medicare’s new mandatory quality reporting requirements
  • take advantage of the largest ASC Exhibit Hall of the year
  • connect with your colleagues from around the country to problem solve, bounce ideas and build connections that will last throughout the year

ASCA’s new web site also features a new Internet-based professional networking tool called ASCA Connect. Log in and start networking with your colleagues from around the globe. Use this new tool to access and share forms and resources, discuss the topics that concern you most and join a community of ASC professionals who share your interests and concerns.

To log in to the web site, click on “Log in to see members only content” in the upper right-hand corner. You will be prompted to enter your email address and password. Passwords were mailed to all ASCA members on January 9, 2012. If you don't know your password or forgot it, click on the "forgot your password?" link and follow the on-screen instructions to reset your password. If you have any trouble logging in, please visit our FAQs page.

Please explore our new web site, join in the conversation on ASCA Connect and let us know what you think about the new site and improvements you would like to see us make. To submit your feedback, click here