Christina, LFACHE, has experienced the evolution of the healthcare system over the last 35 years and improved performance and safety as both a hospital administrator and consultant. In her two roles as Chief Operating Officer, she dually served as the safety officer and risk manager. She has also advised stakeholders across three counties in development of community-wide emergency operations and business continuity planning.
The foundation of her approach is to work collaboratively with stakeholders across the enterprise to identify opportunities for improvement, innovate and create governance structures that will sustain change.
Christina is highly respected thought leader in the continually evolving field of health information technology. Her visionary work operationalizes the application of new and emerging technologies that organizations can leverage as solutions to patient care and workplace challenges. She is an educator, published author and blogger, Christina’s Considerations, who has been added to the National Library of Medicine’s collection and archive of medicine and public health blogs.
Christina received a Bachelor’s degree in Social Science/Management from Louisiana State University and a Masters of Health Administration from Tulane University, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She is a Life Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.