In regard to the achievement, Cheryl Dalton-Norman had this to say: “I am humbled and honored to be counted among those recognized by the Cincinnati Business Courier. The team at Conduit makes it a pleasure to lead and serve others through our work.”
Cincinnati Business Courier’s Health Care Heroes celebrates business people who have made an impact on health care in our community through their concern for patients, » Read more about: Conduit President Cheryl Dalton-Norman wins Health Entrepreneur Award »
Mark*, a 27-year-old male, is covering third base in the company softball game on a Friday evening when Sarah from accounting attempts to steal from second. She slides into Mark, jamming his left ankle. Mark tries to walk it off, but the pain and swelling quickly worsen. Unsure about the level of care he needs, Mark calls his employer’s 24-7 nurse-first triage line.
The nurse asks Mark a series of questions, including “do the bones look dislocated?” and “did you hear a cracking or popping sound?” Based on Mark’s answers, » Read more about: Benefits of Partnering with a Nurse-First Triage Organization »