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Stagliano Named President of NJ Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers

RWJBarnabas Health’s Vice President of Business Development, Meg Stagliano, MBA, MSN, RN, has been named president of the New Jersey Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers (NJAASC), effective immediately. Stagliano, who will serve a three-year term as president, was also elected to the association’s board of directors.

A non-profit organization comprised of nearly 200 ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs), NJAASC works to advance the quality and cost-effectiveness of patient care for its member organizations. The association provides educational and networking opportunities, advocacy on key issues, and guidance on the latest legislation and regulations impacting New Jersey ambulatory surgery centers. NJAASC is the fourth largest state association representing ASCs in the country.

Meg Stagliano“NJAASC is an invaluable resource for ambulatory surgery centers across the state, offering educational information and programming that ultimately strengthens care delivery,” said Stagliano. “I’m honored to take up this leadership role and look forward to furthering our mission over the next three years.”

As vice president of business development at RWJBarnabas Health, Stagliano oversees clinical services and operations at more than 26 surgery centers across the system. In addition to these responsibilities, she also serves as president of the New Jersey State Ambulatory Surgery Society. Prior to joining RWJBarnabas Health, she held multiple leadership roles at Seashore Surgical Institute and worked as a consultant with NJASC Consultants.

Stagliano earned an A.A.S. in Nursing from Union County College, a B.S. in Nursing from New Jersey City University, an MBA in Health Systems Management from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a M.S. in Nursing Education from Walden University. She resides in Toms River.

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