Congratulations, Laura. Thank you for being a strong advocate for the home health, hospice, and palliative care industries.
Excerpt from a recent VNAA press release:
The Visiting Nurse Associations of America (VNAA) today announced that Carole Fisher, Nathan Adelson Hospice; Melanie Morris, Advanced Home Care; Kathleen Peirce, VNA of Care New England; Lynda Tanner, Visiting Nurse and Hospice of Santa Barbara; Laura Page-Grefinger, Quality in Real Time (QIRT); and Shari Dodd of Medtronic, have been named to the VNAA Board of Directors. VNAA membership voted to appoint the six new Board members at the annual National Leadership Conference in Washington, DC.
"VNAA enthusiastically welcomes our new Board members, who come from a variety of backgrounds within the home-based care field," said Norene Mostkoff, Chair of VNAA's Board of Directors. "Their diverse range of experience will result in robust representation for VNAA's nonprofit members."
For more information on VNAA's Board of Directors, please visit www.vnaa.org/board-of-directors.
Read the entire news release.
ABOUT VNAA: The Visiting Nurse Associations of America (VNAA) is a 501(c)(3) organization that supports, promotes, and advocates for the role of mission-driven home-based care providers including home health, hospice, and palliative care.
About Laura: Laura Page-Greifinger, RN, BSN, MPA has more than 30 years of experience in senior-level healthcare management experience, including the development of multiple new programs and the provision of a variety of services and programs to clients resulting in positive outcomes. 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 for those in need of the program for care. Laura'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 (QCM©) approach to post-acute organizational support.