Debra Stinchcomb, MBA, BSN, RN, CASC
Debra Stinchcomb is a senior consultant for BSM’s Progressive Surgical Solutions division, which specializes in the development and management of ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs).
Ms. Stinchcomb has 36 years of health care experience, including development, clinical, administrative, operations, and sales. She has worked exclusively in the ASC industry for the past 19 years, with an emphasis on multi-specialty centers.
Previous positions held by Ms. Stinchcomb include: ASC administrator, regional vice president, and director of operations preparations. In these positions, her responsibilities included budget development/management, revenue/expense management, contract negotiation, licensing/certification/accreditation compliance, marketing, risk management, quality improvement, and benchmarking.
Ms. Stinchcomb is a founder and the current president of the Arkansas Ambulatory Surgery Association. She also serves as chair of the Quality and Patient Safety Committee for ASCA. Ms. Stinchcomb has been an AAAHC surveyor and has served as vice chair and chair of the Joint Commission Ambulatory Professional and Technical Advisory Committee. In addition, Ms. Stinchcomb is a former board member of the ASC Association and FASA.
Ms. Stinchcomb is a registered nurse. She received her Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of Arizona, Tucson, and her MBA from California Coast University. In 2002, she received her CASC credential.