The American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (AAAASF) has expanded its clinical team by appointing Monda Shaver, RN BSN MSHM, as the organization’s Chief Regulatory Affairs Officer, Michon Mayfield, MHA, as the Director of Accreditation, and Lisa Molidor, RN WCC, as the Clinical Education Manager. These new additions join Ilana Wolff, RN BSN the Director of Clinical Compliance to complete AAAASF’s clinical team.
“The development of this staff clinical team improves AAAASF’s in-house expertise with regard to the varied and frequent questions we receive about any number of accreditation-related questions based on the operations and specialties of the facilities with whom we work. Our clinical team is able to conduct research, craft responses, and analyze findings in a clinically relevant way and is available full-time to do so.” said Thomas S. Terranova, JD MA MBA, Executive Director of AAAASF. “In addition to clinical experience, the team brings decades of combined regulatory, compliance, and accreditation expertise that further enhances our staff’s ability to refine and administer a program that promotes the safest possible care while streamlining requirements that are manageable for facilities.”
Most recently Shaver has served as the Technical Director of Accreditation Services at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Prior to that she served as the Director of Accreditation Operations at the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program.
Most recently Mayfield has served as the Client Compliance Manager at AIM Specialty Health. Prior to that she was the Business Relations Ambassador at the Health Facilities Accreditation Program and the Senior Director of Business Development at the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.
Molidor continues to work part-time as a surgical nurse and featured real nurse actor on the prime-time medical dramas CHICAGO MED, CHICAGO PD, and CHICAGO FIRE. Previously she worked as a Medical Record Reviewer and Auditor for Health Services Advisory Group on behalf of CMS at M. Davis & Company. Prior to that she served as the Staff Development and Education Coordinator and Restorative Nurse at The Village at Victory Lakes.
Wolff has served as AAAASF’s Director of Clinical Compliance since December 2018. Previously she was the Clinical Compliance Manager, and prior to that the Quality Assurance and Compliance Specialist at AAAASF. Before joining AAAASF she worked as a peri-operative nurse specializing in orthopedics and neuro-surgery.