Stack, N.; Dougherty; J.; & Trimarchi, T Implementing the Role of the RN Care Manager to Impact Service Utilization for Medically Complex Pediatric Patients. . Poster presented at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice Day and Ambulatory Nurse Professional Development Conference
Hogan, A.; Jones, M.; & Stack, N. CHOP Compass Care: Improving the Patient and Family Experience through Comprehensive Care Coordination (2018). Poster presented at the 8th International Conference on Patient and Family Centered Care; Baltimore, MD.
Hogan, A., Stack, N., & DiMichele, C. CHOP Compass Care: Improving Quality of Care and Service Utilization for Medically Complex Children . Poster presented at: Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting; 2017; San Francisco, CA.
DiMichele, C., Hogan, A., Jones, S., & Stack, N. CHOP Compass Care: Improving the Family Experience of Care Coordination. Poster presented at: 1st Annual National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs Conference: Putting Care at the Center; 2016; Philadelphia, PA.
Awards and Honors
2018,Nursing Leadership in Health Systems Management Track Outstanding Graduate Award, Drexel University
2012, Recipient of The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
2009-present, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing 2007-present, Delta Epsilon Sigma National Honor Society
Patient Experience Ratings
About the Patient Experience Rating System
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