The ADA Group, founded by Anne Dean, is a Consulting Firm Specializing in Ambulatory Surgical Development and Regulatory Compliance for ASC State Licensure, Medicare Certification and ASC Accreditation.
Providing Only the Best Solutions—From the conception of the idea through financial feasibility to the administration of hundreds of particles that must be managed during the construction process and on to State Licensure, Medicare Certification and Joint Commission and AAAHC Accreditation—we put your Center first.
The ADA Group has the experience. Since 1985, Anne Dean and the The ADA Group consultants have worked on more than 650 ambulatory surgical development projects and regulatory compliance contract services which has provided us with countless problem-resolving opportunities and success stories in ambulatory care.
Development: Although our development work typically begins at the design phase of a project, at any point in the ongoing development of an ASC, having us bring our unique programs and systems to the table would provide the highest level of achievement and success to any project. Do you have development questions? See commonly asked questions and our answers here.
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Notes From Anne's Desk last update January 3rd, 2017
Seashore Ambulatory Surgery Center
Morris Antebi, MD
Ezra Antebi, AD
Center for Advanced Eye
Mary Sierra, RN, AD, ORS
Gulfshore Endoscopy Center
Gladys Brunet, AD
Kathy Magher, RN, Endoscopy Director
Anne Frey Dean, RN, BSN, LRM
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LATEST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
Can hand lotion be used in the peri-operative setting?
What standards should my infection prevention program be resourcing?
Do we still have to remove nail polish if scrubbing in the OR?
Do I have to remove my gown before leaving the OR? How about before leaving the decontam/soiled instrument processing area?
There is a lot of controversy in our organization regarding the removal of jewelry prior to handwashing. Our staff says this only applies if they are scrubbing in for a case. Help!
We are a busy eye center. As such, we are drawing up all syringes for any blocks the morning of surgery and labeling them for the name of the drug, dosage, date and the initials of the person who drew it up. Is this acceptable?
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