6 Recent ASC Industry Leadership Moves & Accomplishments

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Here are six recent leadership moves and accomplishments within the ambulatory surgery center industry.

Amjad Hammad, MD, CEO of New York Eye Surgical Center and owner of Saratoga Vitreo-Retinal Ophthalmology, recently logged the group's 6,000th patient in its electronic medical record system. Dr. Hammad has served his community since 2007.

Mary Haugen has stepped into the role of director of TRIA Orthopedic ambulatory surgery center in Bloomington, Minn. Ms. Haugen previously served as the interim director and manager of the center's preoperative and postoperative nursing staff.

A little over a year ago Howard Margolis became the COO and president of ASCpro. Previously, Mr. Margolis held several leadership roles with Fiducial.

Dakon Montgomery stepped into the role of vice president of operations at Hospital Corporation of America a little over a year ago. Prior to his current role, Mr. Montgomery served as a regional vice president of operations at AmSurg.

Barbara Pulliam, BS, CASC, has become the director of revenue cycle at Foundations Recovery Network. Ms. Pulliam previously held several business office positions with ASC management and development companies including Symbion and Health Inventures.

Jill Sluder, RN, CASC, recently became a managing partner of Museum District Ambulatory Surgery Center and Summit Ambulatory Surgery Center. Ms. Sluder also serves as a board member of the Texas Ambulatory Surgery Center Society and an AAAHC surveyor.

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