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College of Public Health

Jennifer Hunt

Jennifer Hunt, MPH, CMRP (AHA-CC), RHA/ACLFA

Clinical Instructor
Coordinator, Health Care Management Graduate Certificate
Department of Health Services Management and Policy
Contact:
423-439-6135 /  / Skype: InstHuntETSU / Twitter: @InstHuntETSU
Lamb Hall Room 41A



EDUCATION

Master of Public Health, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN
Concentration: Health Services Administration

Bachelor of Science in Public Health, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN 
Concentration: Health Care Administration, Minor: Marketing

Silver LEAN Certification, University of Iowa
Bronze LEAN Certification, University of Iowa
Green LEAN Certification, University of Iowa

HiTECH Workforce Training Program, Walters State Community College, Morristown, TN
Concentration: Implementation Managers

COURSES TAUGHT

HSMP 2100 Health Systems

HSMP 3200 Health Services Administration

HSMP 3220 Health Services Planning

HSMP 3600 Quality & Utilization Assurance

HSMP 4120 Current Issues in Health Management & Policy II

HSMP 5050 Health Care Accounting and Finance

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

Adjunct Faculty, College of Public Health, Health Services Management and Policy, East Tennessee State University

Core Team Member II, Value Optimization Systems, Johnson City Medical Center

Senior Procurement Specialist, Corporate Purchasing, Mountain States Health Alliance

Project Manager, Emergency Preparedness Learning Module, College of Public Health, East Tennessee State University

Research Assistant, Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium, Department of Homeland Security/East Tennessee State University Foundation

PUBLICATIONS

Fletcher, Andrew MD; Luzzi, Olivia MPH; and Hunt, Jennifer R. MPH, CMRP, RHA/ACLFA (2017) “Resources Management: Efficient Utilization of Blood Transfusion: Lessons from the Blood Bank,” Tennessee Medicine E-Journal: Vol. 3: Iss. 2, Article 9.  Available at: http://ejournal.tnmed.org/home/vol3/iss2/9

SIGNIFICANT PRESENTATIONS

Kimberly Jessee, Ron Auvil, Jennifer Hunt.  Utilizing Lean Methods to Improve the Charge Capture Process at a Regional Medical Center.  Poster session presented at: Merging Academics and Practice through the Clinical Experience.  3rd Annual Southeastern Interprofessional Education Conference. 2017 April 20-21; Pigeon Forge, TN.

Jennifer Hunt, Kelli Jo Ouellette, Ginny Kidwell.  Utilizing Lean & A3 Methodologies to Enhance the Congestive Heart Failure Patient Process Identification & Increase CHF Core Measure Scores at a Regional Medical Center. Poster session presented at: Open Forum for Quality Improvement in Public Health.  The community of Practice for Public Health Improvement, National Network of Public Health Institutes. 2016 April 7-8; Indianapolis, IN. 

Jennifer Hunt, Kelli Jo Ouellette.  Bringing Failure to the Top: Utilizing Lean & A3 Thinking Methodologies to Enhance the Congestive Heart Failure Patient Process Identification & Increase CHF Core Measure Scores at a Regional Medical Center. Poster session presented at: Health By Design: Inspiring New Perspectives. Tennessee Public Health Association. 2015 September 9-10; Franklin, TN. 

Hunt J, Ouellette KJ.  Bringing Failure to the Top: Utilizing Lean & A3 Thinking Methodologies to Enhance the Congestive Heart Failure Patient Process Identification & Increase CHF Core Measure Scores at a Regional Medical Center. Poster session presented at: Improving Outcomes for Patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions. 1st Annual Southeastern Interprofessional Education Conference. 2015 June 11; Pigeon Forge, TN. 

Lecturer-Breakfast with the Experts "Lean Concepts and their Applications in Health Care"

LICENSURE

Home for the Aged/Assisted Care Living Facility Administrator, Department of Health, State of Tennessee.  License #2756 

Certified Materials and Resource Professional (CMRP), American Hospital
Association/Association for Healthcare Resource and Materials Management. Certification #: 2201

HONORS AND AWARDS

East Tennessee State University, College of Public Health, Recognition in Teaching Award, August 2017

Mountain States Health Alliance Quality Awards, Level V Project Quality Impact Award Recipient, "Bringing Failure to the Top," February 2015

Mountain States Health Alliance Quality Awards, Level IV Project Quality Implementation, Recipient "Home Medication Reconciliation at JCMC," February 2015

Mountain States Health Alliance Quality Awards, Level IV Project Quality Implementation

Recipient, "Pharmacy Gains from Getting LEAN", April 2014

Most Outstanding Undergraduate-College of Public Health, 2008

John P. Lamb Jr. Scholarship Award recipient, 2008

James H. Quillen Scholarship Endowment, 2009

ASPIRE Appalachia Scholars Award Recipient, 2010

GRANTS RECEIVED

Carefusion, "The Missing Link: Using Medication Reconciliation Technicians to Improve Home Medication Reconciliation Accuracy for Patients Admitted to the Hospital from the Emergency Department". J. Rushing (PI), J.R. Hunt, C. Allen, M. Crawford, B. Salyer, C. Brickey (Co-PI) and $50,000. 2014.

Medtronic Foundation, HeartRescue Grant. Emergency Preparedness Learning Module, CPR/AED program (re-submit). J.M. Stoots (PI) and J.R. Hunt (Co-PI). 2009.

Medtronic Foundation, HeartRescue Grant. Emergency Preparedness Learning Module, CPR/AED program.J.M. Stoots (PI) and J.R. Lunsford (Co-PI) and $15,000. 2008.

PERSONAL INTERESTS

Spending time with her family and friends, CrossFit, traveling, hiking, gardening, running, and reading a good book.

 

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