Sean Drake has been employed as consultant to the Chapter 11 Trustee in the Genus case, was a key on-premise member of the team at Nye Regional Medical Center and Vanessa Ly (Today Pharmacy) cases, as well as the employed consultant to the PCO in the Justice, Plaza, Centro, and Florence Hospital cases.
Sean has proven expertise as to the complex and interoperable systems used by a wide range of health care operations to provide patient care services, monitor care, and get paid for services provided. Sean is an expert on health care facility design and operations including having a strong knowledge of the cost effectiveness and efficiency of key equipment, devices, and leasehold improvements.
Prior to joining S+C Sean managed at Renaissance Surgical Arts in Newport Harbor, CA all of the Environment of Care issues in eight Operating Room startup surgery center in coordination with clinical staff, reporting to Medical Board and CEO. Additional responsibilities included Safety Officer, IT support, Facilities Manager, Orderly and OR assistant. Renaissance filed for bankruptcy and Sean served as special consultant to Patient Care Ombudsman in his efforts to properly distribute or dispose patient confidential records and supporting field agent to the Chapter 7 Trustee’s efforts to dispose of all assets of the estate. Sean worked the owner of building housing Renaissance to establish Pacific Coast Surgery Center, including managing all of the legal aspects pertaining to opening new outpatient surgery center including submission of applications for facility and physician accreditation along with equipment purchases and facility management reporting directly to CEO. For General Electric and Decision Data Computer Corporation as well as with small consulting firms, Sean provided onsite support to businesses and government agencies including the Veteran Administration’s Hospitals, Kaiser Permanente, U.S. Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Weather Bureau, Blue Cross, Chevron, Pacific Bell, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, U.S. Army, and G.E. Nuclear.