Melynda Pryor, Maryville University
Wednesday, May 8
11:30am - 1:00pm
12031 Lackland Rd. St. Louis, MO 63146
$35 Members / $45 Non-Members / $25 Students
No refunds after Friday, May 3.
Turn up the volume of your Triple Aim initiatives to achieve patient-centered medical practice, reduced costs, improved patient outcomes with the Quadruple aim.
- Importance and impact of the Quadruple Aim for patients, providers, and staff
- Identify and define the components of the Quadruple Aim
- Create a sample project which achieves the goals of the Quadruple Aim
About the Speaker
Melynda Pryor, Assistant Professor, in the Healthcare Management and Health Administration programs at Maryville University. Melynda has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Stephens College and an MHA from Webster University.
Melynda has over 15 years’ experience in healthcare administration and nearly 25 years’ experience in management. She has had the pleasure to work for Washington University, as a Clinical Administrator for the Cardiovascular division, and Saint Louis University, as Director of Clinical Operations. In these roles, she has managed staff (nursing, pre-arrival/pre-certification, scheduling, and administrative), oversight of 15 clinical locations, creation and maintenance of policies and procedures, patient experience, budget creation and review, facility design, work flow improvements, and much more.
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