I received my Master’s in Healthcare Administration from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. I completed my administrative fellowship with Ochsner Health System in New Orleans. I managed the surgery clinics at Ochsner Medical Center for four years and then spent four years in management in Transplant at Ochsner Medical Center. I returned home to Omaha to work in the Transplant Department with Nebraska Medicine. I’m currently the Transplant Program Manager/Clinic Manager at Nebraska Medicine overseeing quality/compliance, clinic operations and financial operations.
As a result of the COVID19 pandemic, telehealth has evolved significantly and become an integral part of all aspects of healthcare. Consequently, transplant programs have reinvented their clinical practices to continue maximizing the number of lives saved. Join us to hear about the experiences of Thomas Jefferson University as they share how their program amplified its telehealth platform and quickly adjusted to the increased demand through workflow innovations.