Nursing Scope of Practice

Have you ever felt uncomfortable doing a nursing task that you did not feel qualified to do? Do you know the full scope of your RN license? After this webinar, you will be able to define the RN scope of practice in the ASC setting, understand the role of the circulating RN and ensure your staff is functioning within their roles and responsibilities.

Debra Stinchcomb, MBA, BSN, RN, CASC

Debra has 42 years of health care experience including development, clinical, administrative, operations and sales.  The last 25 years have been focused exclusively in the ASC industry with a particular emphasis on multi-specialty centers. Previous positions held include ASC Administrator, Regional Vice President, and Director of Operations Preparations.  Her responsibilities have included budget development/management, revenue/expense management, contract negotiation, licensing/certification/accreditation compliance, marketing, risk management, quality improvement and benchmarking.

Debra is a Registered Nurse. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Arizona, Tucson, and her MBA from California Coast University. She is a founder, past President member of the Arkansas Ambulatory Surgery Association and has served nationally as a past board member of FASA and past board member of ASC Association. She received her CASC credential in 2002. Debra has been a AAAHC surveyor and has served as Vice Chair and Chair of the Joint Commission Ambulatory Professional and Technical Advisory Committee. She currently serves as Treasurer of BASC, Board of Ambulatory Surgery Certification, which administers the CASC and CAIP.  Debra is a frequent speaker at corporate, state and national meetings.