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Daren Smith

Daren Smith Director, ASC Solutions
Daren Smith is the Director of ASC Solutions for Surgical Information Systems. In this role, Daren provides clinical support to the development team, leads facility-specific demonstrations for the Sales team, and facilitates presentations for the Marketing team. He serves as a product and industry subject matter expert, frequently speaking at industry events and contributing to industry publications such as Becker’s ASC Review and ASC Focus Magazine. Previously, Daren worked as the director of clinical services for Surgical Management Professionals (SMP), an ASC and surgical hospital management and development company. Daren has also held the position of director of outpatient services for Avera McKennan Hospital, administrator and CEO of Fremont Surgical Center, and nurse manager at Grand Island Surgery Center. He is a graduate of Clarkson College and the University of South Dakota.

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What Makes Our Cloud-Based ASC Solution So User-Friendly? Find Out.

5 Easy Tips to Ensure the Right Choice for your ASC Software

Case Costing: 6 Key Value Points

10 Reasons Driving Ambulatory Surgery Center EHR Adoption

10 Tips for ASC QAPI Success

8 Ways a Patient Tracking System Helps Improve ASC Management

5 Barriers to Replacing a Volume Leader in an ASC

Managing your ASC’s QI Program

Daren Smith

Daren Smith Director, ASC Solutions
Daren Smith is the Director of ASC Solutions for Surgical Information Systems. In this role, Daren provides clinical support to the development team, leads facility-specific demonstrations for the Sales team, and facilitates presentations for the Marketing team. He serves as a product and industry subject matter expert, frequently speaking at industry events and contributing to industry publications such as Becker’s ASC Review and ASC Focus Magazine. Previously, Daren worked as the director of clinical services for Surgical Management Professionals (SMP), an ASC and surgical hospital management and development company. Daren has also held the position of director of outpatient services for Avera McKennan Hospital, administrator and CEO of Fremont Surgical Center, and nurse manager at Grand Island Surgery Center. He is a graduate of Clarkson College and the University of South Dakota.

Recent Posts

6 More Questions About SIS Complete

The Benefits of ASC-specific Software

For ASCs Using SIS Complete, Reporting ASC Quality Data is Effortless

What Makes Our Cloud-Based ASC Solution So User-Friendly? Find Out.

We Break Down 10 Easy Ways to Help Your ASC Find Greater QAPI Success!

5 Easy Tips to Ensure the Right Choice for your ASC Software

Top 11 Questions – And Answers – about SIS Complete

Case Costing: 6 Key Value Points

10 Easy Ways to Use SIS Complete

10 Reasons Driving Ambulatory Surgery Center EHR Adoption

6 Reasons ASC QAPI Studies Go Awry

10 Tips for ASC QAPI Success

Why ASCs Should Select Ambulatory Software

8 Ways a Patient Tracking System Helps Improve ASC Management

Choosing the Right Ambulatory Surgery Center Software

5 Barriers to Replacing a Volume Leader in an ASC

10-Step Process for a Successful ASC QAPI Program

Managing your ASC’s QI Program

CDC Updates Surgical Site Infection Guideline: 4 Key Takeaways for ASCs

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