The John A. Hartford Foundation
Jane Carmody, DNP, MBA, RN, is a Program Officer with The John A. Hartford Foundation, a national private foundation dedicated to improving the care of older adults through its three priority areas: age-friendly health systems, family caregiving, and serious illness/end-of-life care. She held significant leadership positions with health care systems, including as executive director of a large regional health system’s home health care and hospice services, hospital chief nursing officer, health system chief nursing officer and chief clinical leader for a large national home health care and hospice company.
Dr. Carmody has a doctorate in nursing practice (DNP) from Rush University, an MBA from Creighton, a social work degree from the University of Nebraska-Omaha and a diploma in nursing from Mercy College in Des Moines. She has national certification in executive nursing practice from the American Organization of Nurse Leaders and a board certification in nurse executive-advanced from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Her education and expertise make her an ideal speaker to address the importance of age-friendly public health and age-friendly health care systems.
Wednesday, July 10
2:15 PM – 3:45 PM