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A Nurse-Driven Approach to Improving Patient Access to Care

More health systems are looking to expand care options outside the four walls of the hospital, including remote patient monitoring and hospital-at-home programs. In a recent Chief Healthcare Executive article, Dominique Wells, chief operating officer at Conduit, shares the lessons learned and where Conduit’s headed.

“Conduit comes to the table as a collaborative partner,” shares Dominique.

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Toni Gadberry, Director of Technology and Analytics

Women’s History Month — Toni Gadberry, Director of Technology and Analytics

At Conduit Health Partners, we’re proud to highlight some of our valuable team members during Women’s History Month.

Toni Gadberry is the director of technology for Conduit Health Partners. She oversees the organization’s workforce management, onboarding program, and the technology design and strategy supporting Conduit’s services.

But she says her most important responsibility is to continually inspire her team.

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Ebonnin with her mom

Meet Ebonni Anderson Access Coordinator, Conduit Health Partners

When Ebonni Anderson’s mother was diagnosed with lymphoma and leukemia, Ebonni found herself naturally and comfortably stepping into a caregiving role. To be closer to her mother and more involved in her care, Ebonni took a position as a patient care assistant (PCA) at Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati, where she cared for patients with cancer.

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Stephanie Dixon

Meet Stephanie Dixon, Lead People Officer, Conduit Health Partners

To celebrate Black History Month, Conduit Health Partners is excited to feature some of our incredible employees.

We asked our employees, to share stories of what gets them excited each day, what they are most proud of, why they enjoy working at Conduit, and highlight how a figure in black history shaped their career or life.

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A timely care delivery

Brandon Burt, a Nurse Triage Specialist with Conduit, was working overnight on the 24/7 Nurse Access Line, when a man called at 2 a.m. because his wife was in labor and they were on their way to the hospital. He wanted to make sure his wife’s doctor was notified to meet them there. Normally, Burt would have messaged the on-call provider who would have called the man back within about 30 minutes. However, Burt quickly realized that wouldn’t be soon enough.

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