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Archive June 2008 IX, No. 6

Business Advisor

When Building, Bigger May Be Better

William Lindeman

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Ask a panel of industry insiders to identify the biggest mistake made in the development of ambulatory surgical facilities, and you'll invariably get at least one response of "built too big" when in fact the opposite is more likely to be true. The tragedy of the too-big response is its believability — after all, buildings are expensive.

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