VNAA Announces New Additions to Quality and Policy Teams
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
by: Visiting Nurse Associations of America

Section: VNAA Updates




VNAA is proud to announce and welcome Danielle Pierotti and Nathan Constable as the organization’s Vice President, Quality and Performance Improvement and Director, Legislative Affairs, respectively.
 
Danielle will spearhead the development and promulgation of best practices in clinical and business operations through the VNAA Blueprint for Excellence. She will also contribute to the development of programs and learning opportunities for VNAA members.
 
Danielle joins VNAA from HCI Care Services where she directed educational activities for direct care employees, oversaw the quality assessment and performance improvement efforts and provided direction to the hospice leadership team. She has been a nurse since 1993, with a clinical background in oncology. Prior to joining HCI Care Services, Danielle spent two years initiating a new hospital role in nursing quality and supporting the hospital’s successful application for the Magnet Award for nursing excellence. Interim VP, Liza Greenberg, RN, MPH will continue with VNAA as a special projects consultant.
 
Nathan will serve as an integral member of VNAA’s policy team and work to develop and execute the organization’s legislative priorities on Capitol Hill. He joins VNAA from the Community Health Accreditation Partner (CHAP) where he served as Senior Manager, Communications and Industry Affairs.
 
During his time at CHAP, Nathan developed and implemented CHAP’s federal and state policy positions and strategies. He also managed the organization’s media relations and oversaw the editorial process for all communications materials. Nathan brings a decade’s worth of government relations and communications experience – working on issues ranging from health care to the environment. He has served as the Manager of Government Relations for Corporate Voices for Working Families, and was the Coordinator of Outreach and Communications for the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation.
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