Nancy Davis Nurse Registered in the Database

“I am attending the Governance Institute Leadership Conference in Nashville this week. The focus of the weekend pre-conference session was on hospital and health systems responsibility for population health. My experience in public health nursing and hospice and home care nursing was so relevant to the discussions and development…” Continue Reading

- Nurse Registered in the Database
Boards: Bartlett Regional Hospital Board
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Lawrence W. Vernaglia NOBC Strategic Partner

“Foley & Lardner LLP is a national law firm representing many of the nation’s largest hospitals and health systems coast-to-coast. Our clients are for-profit and not-for-profit, secular and religious-affiliated, public and private. But one thing with which all of our clients struggle is guaranteeing talented and committed leadership on their…” Continue Reading

- NOBC Strategic Partner
Boards: Foley & Lardner LLP
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John W. Bluford, lll NOBC Supporter

“The last twenty years or so, Truman Medical Centers has had an employee representative on its Board. Frequently those employees selected were nurses. Without exception, nursing representatives on the Board proved to be invaluable. They were not so much an advocate …” Continue Reading

- NOBC Supporter
Boards: President, Bluford Healthcare Leadership Institute; President Emeritus, Truman Medical Centers
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François Ortalo-Magné NOBC Supporter

“As former Dean of the Wisconsin School of Business, I asked two nurse leaders to join my advisory board. Because they are primary interfaces with the patient, nurses have a deep understanding of the end-user perspective—which is critical to success in education as well as in business and policy-making. Among nurses…” Continue Reading

- NOBC Supporter
Boards: Wisconsin School of Business Advisory Board
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Catie Harris NOBC Sponsor

“We are supporting NOBC because our healthcare system needs to change. I think one of the reasons the healthcare system is the way that it is, is because nursing has not been in key leadership roles. I think that historically we have not felt empowered to make changes or to…” Continue Reading

- NOBC Sponsor

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