For more than two decades, ASCA’s annual conference has remained the ASC industry’s most highly regarded and well-attended event. Attendees include physicians, administrators, nurses, managers and owners of ASCs from across the country—and throughout the world.

ASCA's annual conference features 50+ educational sessions designed for ASC professionals at every level, including:

  • 50+ ASC-specific education sessions
  • networking opportunities with more than a thousand of your colleagues
  • 200+ vendors in the ASC industry’s largest exhibit hall of the year
  • ample opportunities to earn CEs, including nursing contact hours, AEUs and IPCHs
  • the latest regulatory and accreditation updates
  • and more!



The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (and its affiliates, collectively “ASCA”) hosts conferences and events (“Conferences”) that bring together persons in the field to present information and ideas to benefit ASCA and its mission, as well as its members, nonmembers, other Conference attendees and the general public. The Conferences are intended to be an opportunity to exchange ideas for educational purposes. Each ASCA Conference may include opinions, advice, statements, materials, presentations, data, images, videos, documentation and other information (“Materials”) expressed or otherwise shared by presenters. The Materials are for informational purposes only, and the statements, views and opinions expressed at any presentation, or in any Materials, are those solely of the presenter and not of ASCA. Further, ASCA does not endorse or recommend any specific presenter, promoter, company or center, or any views mentioned at any Conference or in the Materials. Under no circumstances will ASCA (or its directors, officers, employees or agents) be liable for the accuracy, quality or reliability of any of the presentations or Materials, or any defamatory, offensive or illegal conduct of presenters, including but not limited to intellectual property infringement, or any direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages arising from any presentations or Materials.