After a year as Purchasing Manager, Stine to assume Corporate Compliance Officer position
Regent Surgical Health, an industry-leading surgery center management and development company specializing in hospital and physician ambulatory surgery center (ASC) joint ventures, announces Christopher Stine as its new Corporate Compliance Officer.
“Chris has been a great asset to the team since he started, and his legal background positions him well to establish and implement a corporate compliance program for our growing organization,” said Christine Henry Musa, Vice President of Development and Analytics at Regent.
Stine joined Regent in 2015 as one of Regent’s Purchasing Managers, and was responsible for purchasing and supply chain operations for Regent’s centers in the Midwest and East Coast. As corporate compliance officer, Stine will ensure Regent facilities have a compliance program in place to meet federal and state guidelines, and he will maintain and monitor that program. He will also educate facility administrators, the Regent corporate team, and physician partners on relevant compliance issues and procedures to meet compliance standards.
“I am very pleased to serve Regent in this new role and look forward to outlining and maintaining pertinent compliance laws and regulations, and continually monitoring and reporting results of our efforts,” said Stine. “HIPPA will continue to be a priority as we work to ensure every Regent facility meets standards, and has the appropriate processes and procedures in place.”
Prior to his role at Regent, Stine served as a Company Executive Officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, and managed complex operations both in the United States and overseas. He developed new standard operating procedures that managed the inflow, outflow, and maintenance of over $10 million worth of serialized inventory. Stine also served as an advisor to the Republic of Georgia National Army, and mentored over 500 officers and enlisted soldiers from the Republic of Georgia Army as they prepared for combat deployment to Afghanistan.
Stine received a Juris Doctor from the John Marshall Law School, and a Masters of Business Administration from the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts from Miami University.