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Asbury Clinical Education Program Supports Excellence
Communities that partner with Asbury gain the advantage of an outstanding Clinical Education Program with decades of health care services administration and nursing experience spanning a wide spectrum of settings and roles. They collaborate with nursing teams to achieve high quality, innovative programming, and the utilization of technology and clinical data to achieve strong outcomes. Meet the team.
Henry Moehring, Vice President of Post-Acute Health Services
- Henry served as the Associate and Executive Director of Asbury Methodist Village for 10 years before leaving Asbury to serve as the CEO of the Alpha-1 Foundation. He has more than 30 years of health care administration experience and helped guide Asbury Methodist Village's Wilson Health Care Center to a 5-star CMS rating during his time there. He is noted for building collaborative relationships and a proactive leadership style. In his new role, Henry will provide strategic and operational support for the skilled nursing centers in Asbury’s system.
Skip Margot, Vice President of Clinical Excellence
- Skip Margot served as the Executive Director of Asbury Home Health in Gaithersburg, Md., prior to beginning his new role. Past positions include Chief Nursing Officer for Holy Cross Hospital in Germantown and Vice President of Patient Care for Shady Grove Hospital. As VP of Clinical Excellence, Skip will support the clinical teams at Asbury’s seven continuing care retirement communities. During his tenure with Asbury Home Health, Skip led his team to achieve a 4.5 star rating with the CMS, accreditation with The Joint Commission, and the state’s lowest readmission rate for home health agencies.
Janet Dykstra, RN, Director of Clinical Support Services
- Janet has served as Director of Clinical Support Services since 2015 where she works collaboratively with nursing leadership and partners to develop clinical care pathways and best practices that optimize outcomes; works to create and implement best practices in memory care; audits and assists with improvement plans; and assists with implementation of QAPI initiatives and processes.
Janet joined Asbury in February 2010 as the Director of Nursing at Wilson Health Care Center, serving 295 residents in long-term nursing, post-acute services, and memory support. During that time, she oversaw Wilson’s person-centered culture change process. Prior to that, Janet spent six years with LW Consulting, a national firm serving health care providers.
Joan McCabe, RN, Director of Quality Assurance
- In 2013, Joan joined Asbury as Director of Quality Assurance where she oversees the clinical quality assurance and quality improvement processes at each community; collaborates with clinical care teams to analyze and trend quality measures and other quality data in order to identify potential deficient practices and implement action plans; and assists with the development and implementation of training and education programs.
Prior to that, Joan worked as the Assistant Director of Nursing and Staff Development Coordinator at Bethany Village, serving 69 residents in long-term nursing, post-acute services, and memory support. She has worked in the for-profit health sector and in health consulting.
Denise Scott, RN, Director of Clinical Analytics and Processes
- In 2015, Denise joined Asbury in her current role where she leads the design and implementation of clinical processes and practices with a focus on clinical information in conjunction with the clinical leadership teams at the communities and the ASCC Clinical Team; assists clinical leadership with data collection, analysis and implementation of best practices and action plans to improve clinical outcomes; supports clinical staff in using EMR as a tool for efficiencies, data collection and analysis; and provides onsite go-live support and training recommendations to ensure proficiency and data integrity.
Denise joined Asbury’s IT consulting company in 2008 to help lead the implementation of EMRs at Asbury’s continuing care retirement communities as well as initiatives in EMR optimization and quality reporting. Denise has 28 years of professional nursing experience, 10 of those in informatics-related roles, including in the acute care setting, ICU, trauma step down, PACU, telemetry, orthopedics, neurology, med/surg, home care, and home infusion therapy.