Dr. Brenda Jones joins TiER1 Healthcare
TiER1 Healthcare is pleased to announce that Dr. Brenda Jones, DHSC, MSN, RN, LSSGB, CCHC, WHNP, CPPS, has joined the company as a Senior Consultant, Perinatal Safety.
A former Nurse Surveyor at the Joint Commission (TJC), Brenda has extensive capabilities providing analysis studies in safety, quality, environment of care, and infection control. She brings to TiER1 over 30 years of dedication to improving quality, safety, and patient advocacy in the US healthcare system, and a personal passion for maternal-fetal health.
As a member of our accreditation and regulatory compliance team, Brenda will work with hospital and health system clients to assess their current state of compliance and provide recommendations toward achieving safe, quality care.
More about Brenda
Brenda is a results-oriented healthcare executive with extensive experience building teams, improving and expanding regional healthcare programs, and providing consultative services for healthcare systems. Brenda acts as a visionary agent for continuous process improvement in organizational productivity through the development and implementation of lean strategies that facilitate lasting and positive changes.
Previously, Brenda served as Vice President of Quality, Safety, Risk, and Patient Experience for Access Community Health, where she provided strategic oversight and direction ensuring a quality, patient-centered focus that integrated with organizational-wide strategy. She also acted as the Deputy/Title V Director, Office of Women’s Health for the Illinois Department of Public Health. While there she created a robust statewide strategic and financial platform to strengthen women’s and children’s health.
Brenda earned her Doctorate of Health Science from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. She also holds a Master’s Degree in Nursing from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. She is a Board-Certified Nursing Executive, Advanced, a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality, and a member of the American Nurses’ Association and the National Association for Healthcare Quality.