Nancy is an accomplished RN with management and administrative experience in acute care and ambulatory patient care settings.
Her initial clinical experience at Yale led to early recognition of her managerial talents resulting in her progressive rise in medical administration. She has held directorships in the specialties of Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, and most recently as a Vice President of Diagnostic Services, Medical Education and Business Development for a 340+ multidisciplinary physician group affiliated with a Level I Trauma Center, tertiary referral hospital.
As a registered nurse with a master’s degree in Business Administration, Nancy has integrated her analytical acumen with her clinical experience in neurosciences, emergency medicine, critical care, trauma, pediatrics, radiology, pathology, laboratory services and ambulatory medicine to develop specialized management tools to assist institutions with improving efficiency, avoiding unnecessary revenue loss and reduce exposure to risk.
She is an energetic, popular speaker on subjects ranging from facility coding and reimbursement to operational strategies for patient throughput. Nancy has lectured at the University of Illinois’ Center for Advanced Study on Healthcare Policy Initiatives and in the Department of Psychology and School of Aviation on Human Factors Error: Risk Reduction in Healthcare.
Her commitment to embedded coaching and mentoring supports clients and assures project results are sustained. She has won a Malcolm Baldridge award for innovations in business and clinical accolades for outstanding institutional performance/best practice in pneumonia care and interventions for acute myocardial infarction.
Nancy received her undergraduate degree in nursing from Quinnipiac University, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Masters of Business Administration from Trinity College. She is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, Medical Group Management Association and the American Healthcare Radiology Administrators.