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Christiane Levine, RN, BSN, BS

Known nationally for her work designing Rapid Response Systems and helping prevent patient deterioration, Christiane has assisted multiple organizations around the world solve their barriers to delivering safe and effective care. Her voice is candid and translates to all levels of an organization through story telling and research. As an RN with over 12 years’ experience in patient safety and process improvement, she has a unique line of sight to the stages of the patient journey, staff experience, and organizational response to safety and quality.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Huron, Christiane worked at a private healthcare consulting firm, implementing Lean Daily Management System (LDMS) in 5 hospitals as well as developing nursing leadership curriculum and leading rapid cycle process improvements. Prior to that, Christiane led quality and process improvement at two different healthcare systems. She received her Six Sigma Black Belt from Georgia Tech and uses her experience as a nurse, and skills in process improvement to put patients and staff in the middle of every solution. Industry Speaking

Engagements

  • 2018 Huron Studer conference “Second Victim: Voice from the Frontline”
  • 2018 Webinar “Second Victim: Caring for the Caregiver”
  • 2011 Institute for Healthcare Improvement Faculty
  • 2011 Institute for Healthcare Improvement Conference, Learning Lab, “Rapid Response Increasing Opportunities to Rescue”
  • 2010 Institute for Healthcare Improvement Faculty
  • 2010 Institute for Healthcare Improvement Conference, Learning Lab, “Rapid Response Increasing Opportunities to Rescue”
  • 2010 Pediatric Academic Societies Conference Platform Presentation of PEWS research, Vancouver, B.C.

Publications

  • 2010 Careforce Chronicle PEWS article “Reduce Coding by Knowing the Score” Sept/Oct 2010 edition
  • Levine, C. (2010). Nurse-Led Medical Emergency Teams: A Recipe for Success in Community Hospitals (p. 215) in Textbook of Rapid Response Systems: Concept and Implementation. New York: Springer
  • 2009 Co-Author “Rapid Response Teams: Success and Lessons Learned” NRC Newsletter
  • C. Levine, Raising Staff Awareness of Patient Deterioration, Shock, 2009 + Getting Started with your Rapid Response Team, Institute for Healthcare Improvement Topics

Education and Certifications

  • Six Sigma Blackbelt, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Bachelor of Science, Nursing, Emory University
  • Bachelor of Science, Liberal Arts, Wheaton College

Professional Associations

  • Member, Emergency Nurses Association

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