5 key points on the New Jersey Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers

The New Jersey Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers aims to promote and advance New Jersey ASCs' efforts in delivering high quality, cost-effective care.

Here are five key points on the organization:

1. ASC owners founded the nonprofit organization in 1992.

2. Members assign NJAASC's board of directors.

3. Eleven members comprise the board.

4. Jeff Shanton is the organization's president and Sharon Gelardi, RN, is the secretary of NJAASC.

5. In 2017, the organization launched its hand hygiene education course titled "Hand Hygiene, Glove Use, and Preventing Transmission of C. difficile."

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