Laura Page-Greifinger, RN, BSN, MPA, has more than 30 years of experience in senior-level health care management experience, including the development of multiple new programs and the provision of a variety of services and programs resulting in positive client outcomes. These services encompassed integrated health care services designed to mesh with individual operating entities' missions and goals. At times, these programs were the first of their kind in a region, necessitating education at all levels of professionals and community organizations, as well the education of referral inlets.
As founder and principle of QIRT (Quality In Real Time), Page-Greifinger's focus is post-acute organizational structure, the education and support of staff needed to succeed in this structure, key indicator development, quality outcomes for patients within the structure, project management, financial analysis, and profitability. This is the basis for QIRT's quality cycle management approach to post-acute organizational support: a reimagining of operations from end-to-end.
Page-Greifinger has served on multiple boards of directors and has been faculty for community health programs at the baccalaureate and graduate level. The most recent years of her career have been devoted to consulting with corporate entities to lay the foundation for industry success. Her extensive experience in the post-acute health care field has given her expert perspective on processes and an understanding of the uniqueness of each agency, clinician, and patient.
COST OF POOR QUALITY: WHAT DOES IT COST YOUR AGENCY? Thursday, August 20 • 8:30-9:20 AM Clinical & Quality Improvement Track