Dr. Jamie Roney functions as patient management resource to the ministry, providing key evidence and guidance in the care of the septic patient, providing education to clinical staff, and coaching nurses seeking clinical advancement using evidence-based methods for a one thousand and five bed hospital while participating in several clinical work groups.
Actively Participated in two Six Sigma Process improvement events and became a Six Sigma Greenbelt. Collaborate with regional healthcare leaders, organizations, and providers as Project Manager for $11,413,376 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services 5-year regional sepsis project to improve population health in West Texas. Promote population health through membership on Texas Regional Chronic Disease Management Cohort Quality Advisory Committee. Serve as chair of the Nursing Research Council. Represent scientific expert on Providence St. Joseph Health Institutional Review Board. Alumna of National Patient Safety Summer Camp. Current National Quality Forum (NQF) Infectious Disease Standing Committee member and NQF Patient Safety Committee Expert Advisory Panel member.