Isis Montalvo Joins Nursing Consulting Partners

 

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Isis Montalvo Joins
Nursing Consulting Partners, LLC

February 6, 2014 – Nursing Consulting Partners, LLC (NCP) is proud to announce that a new consultant, Isis Montalvo, MBA, MS, RN has joined their team. Isis is an award winning, outcomes-driven healthcare executive with expertise in nursing quality, business management, program development, health care policy and education. She is an accomplished enthusiastic team builder and creative problem solver with strong organizational skills and an outstanding work ethic. Isis creates elegant solutions, increases program value and consistently achieves goals. Her expertise includes program and product development, healthcare business consulting, strategic planning, facilitation and process improvement. She is a skilled presenter who consistently receives excellent ratings for providing content in a meaningful and impactful way.

In her role as Director, National Center for Nursing Quality at the American Nurses Association (ANA), she advocated for nursing quality and patient safety, provided measurement services in developing and reporting nursing measures, and facilitated collaborative learning on a national level. She provided strategic direction and oversight to the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators® (NDNQI®) for over eight years, leading program development and tripling hospital participation to over 2000 hospitals.  She established and co-chaired the NDNQI Research Council and led the establishment and planning of ANA’s Nursing Quality conference and quality educational offerings.

Isis has over 20 years of hospital experience in multiple areas of clinical and administrative practice, with a focus on performance improvement. She is a member of multiple professional groups, including Sigma Theta Tau and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Societies. She has published multiple articles and books on nursing quality improvement. Isis received an AJN publication award for the book – NDNQI Case Studies in Nursing Quality Improvement (2011), along with a STC publication award for the book -Transforming Nursing Data into Quality Care: Profiles of Quality Improvement in U.S. Healthcare Facilities (2007).

On joining the NCP team, Isis stated, “I am delighted to be joining NCP and work alongside distinguished colleagues to advance healthcare organizations performance. I am passionate about the impact nurses make every day and providing them solutions they can use to improve their care, practice, and work environment.”

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