Release: Robert Zasa Joins Editorial Advisory Team

Dallas, TX – March 2, 2016

The Ambulatory M&A Advisor welcomes Robert Zasa, founder and Managing Partner of ASD Management as an Editorial Advisor on the publication’s journey as an outlet of information for the outpatient healthcare industry.  Zasa joins Curtis Bernstein and Greg Zoch to round out the current team of Editorial Advisors for the growing publication.

“Being in the business of developing and managing ASCs, I feel that we connect with The Ambulatory M&A Advisor’s ideas.  All of the articles are very relevant to our business and are helpful in getting additional information out to the audience that can utilize the information,”  Zasa said expressing his enthusiasm for working with the publication.

Blayne Rush, Publisher of The Ambulatory M&A Advisor, President of Ambulatory Alliances LLC expressed his confidence in Zasa as an Editorial Advisor based on his experience in the industry with ASD Management.

“I have been very impressed with their ability to do more with less in the sense of they are able to come in and look at your business, analyze it and bring it forward without it costing a whole lot of money.  I know they are very knowledgable and very well connected,” Rush said.

“We are excited to have them join us as we move forward and are able to grow this business.  I am glad that they are going to be very involved in education offerings etc.  coming up.  I know they just released a book, “Developing and Managing Surgery Centers,” so I am looking forward to reading that as well.”

The Editorial Advisors represent a broad range of professionals that have a wealth of experience with healthcare transactions, operations, valuations, taxes within the ambulatory care market.

According to Rush, Editorial Advisors will assist with topics, write original articles, be interview sources, recruit contributing writers and interview sources as well as lead webinars. They are volunteers that have interests in educating and informing the community as highly respected members of their field.

Media contact:
Richard Romero (469) 385-7790; Richard@ambulatoryalliances.com

                                   

                                       

                                          About Robert J. Zasa, MSHHA, FACMPE:

BobZasasmallRobert J. Zasa, MSHHA, FACMPE is a Founder and Managing Partner of ASD Management. He is an alumni of the University of Alabama Birmingham where he earned a Masters of Science degree in hospital and health administration, and continues as an Adjunct Faculty member. He is a graduate of the Certificate Program in Medical Marketing at UCLA School of Business where he continues as a guest lecturer. In the 1990s, he founded and presided over the operations of Premier Ambulatory Systems, and was recognized as CEO of one of the top 500 fastest growing private companies in the U.S., ranked sixth in the nation for its growth in three years and earning $35 million in revenues (INC Magazine). He is a fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives, frequent lecturer, author, and member of several editorial boards. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Medical Group Management Association, and President of its Ambulatory Surgery Management Society. ASDManagement.com.

 

Blayne Rush Ambulatory Alliances thumbnailAbout Blayne Rush, Publisher of The Ambulatory M&A Advisor, President of Ambulatory Alliances LLC:

Rush is an investment banker with over 15 years of healthcare experience with considerable expertise in the areas of business transactions, complex negotiations, and financial analysis. Blayne has worked with over 250 healthcare organizations ranging from physicians to corporate partners and hospital health systems on transactions.

 

 

About The Ambulatory M&A Advisor:

The Ambulatory M&A Advisor (wwww.ambulatoryadvisor.com) is a publication that covers business, legal and transactional updates and insights around ambulatory care center deal making. It focuses exclusively on topics for those interested in mergers and acquisition tactics, strategies, processes, dealmakers and the interrelated activities of buying and selling outpatient care centers.

 

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