The Impact of Staff Engagement on Patients

With the medical industry’s growing focus on patient satisfaction, health systems and medical facilities of all sizes are looking for ways to create a better experience.

In the complimentary downloadable PDF “The Impact of Staff Engagement on Patients,” read how impactful staff engagement is on patient care and learn to create a comprehensive strategy with well-defined tactics to help engage your staff, ultimately leading to better outcomes.

The PDF is a summary transcript of the event "Is Anybody Listening? The cost of employee engagement to patients and organizations" presented by Martie Moore and sponsored by ImageFIRST. Fill out the form to receive your copy.

When your employees are engaged, everyone wins!


About Martie Moore
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Martie Moore is chief nursing officer of Medline Industries, Inc. based in Mundelein, Ill. In this role, Moore provides nursing leadership for solution-driven clinical programs, delivers product development to enhance bedside practice and launches quality initiatives across the continuum of care.

With what she learned during the nearly 30 years of clinical experience and extensive executive leadership, Moore now develops forward-thinking solutions and programs for those in the field today.

To date, Moore holds the Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) certification and serves as a member of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, American Organization of Nurse Executives and National Association for Healthcare Quality. In addition, she is a corporate advisory council member for the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP) and the American Nurses Association (ANA).

Prior to joining Medline, Moore was the chief nursing officer at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland, Ore., a hospital within Providence Health & Services and a designated Magnet facility. In her leadership role as CNO, Moore led the facility through its third and fourth Magnet designation. Additionally, during her career development, Moore served as an adjunct faculty member at multiple universities, most recently at George Fox University in the Healthcare Administration Program.

In Moore’s early years, she received a bachelor of science in nursing from St. Martin’s College in Lacey, Wash. and her master’s in organizational management from the University of Phoenix. Based upon her knowledge and expertise, Moore published and presented nationally on safety, cultural transformation, transforming delivery systems and improving nursing practice.