Knowledge Skills Abilities

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Knowledge of consumer product safety and product evaluation techniques.

SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE 
I am highly experienced with product safety presentation, trial, evaluation, review and distribution in the healthcare industry.

As a medical device and capital equipment sales manager, I successfully managed three states within the United States of over 50 hospitals.

REVELANT SKILLS AND ABILITIES

CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY TESTER AND PERFORMANCE REVIEW BOARD MEMBER

I have lead in-depth comprehensive intake assessments and evalutions that included presenting and reviewing all surgical and non-surgical consumer products of Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan healthcare institutions’ test results, reviewing national and international clinical studies and reports, developing a product value success plan, and then providing clinical and specialty care educational training.

I am exceptional as a resourceful problem solver to complex problems, a developer in building solid rapport with patients, family, staff and physicians along with strong analytical abilities in assessing conditions and implementing appropriate intervention. I have strong administration skills where I continue to be successful in managing office workload, prepare correspondences, maintain medical instituition records, and coordinate events with product safety approval and recall advocates. I possess excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills in which I am able to lead change and build trust.

I planned and developed strategic initiatives that led to improvements and delivery of product safety and effectiveness at 7 major hospitals such as Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois and Munson Medical Center in Traverse City, Michigan. Therefore, these strategies I implemented, presented and produced allowed Loyola to go 23 months without a single catheter-related bloodstream infection which the hospital saved an annual 2.5 million dollars. The cost for each catheter-related bloodstream infection ranged from $45,000 to $60,000. In addition, I converted over thirty nursing and assisted living facilities’ from Central to Northern IL in one week which earned me a high evaluation and raise in salary following the 8 week conversion of all thirty three sites. I continued improving programs and initiatives for acute care hospitals and specialty care centers within the Midwest region of the United States. Lastly, I evaluated and reviewed the effectiveness of clinical educational programs and efficiency of management for each hospital within assigned territory. Moreover, I conducted in-depth published clinical studies and reports, analyzed data, and developed product policy recommendations.

CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY TRAINING

I have successfully managed and analyzed product performance testing and reviews by serving as an advisor on product safety presentation, implementation, evaluation, and quality control hospital boards and organizations. These opportunities allowed me to be nominated to host dinners and speak at many Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois nursing organization seminars, conferences and symposiums. Following the speaking engagements, I was invited by the product review boards of the hospitals in attendance to conduct formal and informal product trials of intravenous catheter placements and usage the very next week. Upon completion of these trials, I consolidated and analyzed statistical data and trends, utilized data to develop reports for quality assurance and effectiveness in preventing catheter-related bloodstream infections in over 15 hospitals and specialty care centers in less than one year.

Finally, I had developed, coordinated, and presented quarterly product training program initiatives that directly impact clinicians’ retention, readiness, and successful product progression. This allowed me to maintain consistent contact with the nursing and clinical specialists community to utilize latest updates, ideas,...
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