Print Tawna Miles-Knight’s Bio Jessica Gleason is a Principle Data Scientist with Signal Health, a Clinically Integrated Network in Yakima.
As a member of the governing board of Memorial Hospital in New Hampshire, he chaired the ethics, succession planning, and bylaws committees and sat on the joint conference, strategic planning, and medical executive committees. H., received a Masters of Public Health from the University of California Los Angeles.
He previously served as a member of the clinical faculty of Dartmouth Medical School, where his research interests included introducing EMT defibrillation and automatic defibrillation into the field. Burroughs’ passion for the outdoors has led him to serve as a physician on mountaineering expeditions and he has reached the summits of over 5,000 peaks throughout the United States, Mexico, South America, Europe, Africa, and Russia, and he is the coeditor of the 26th edition of the White Mountain Guide and the first edition of the Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide. Burroughs received his bachelor’s degree at Johns Hopkins University, his MD from Case Western Reserve University, and a healthcare MBA with honors at the Isenberg School of Management. She has directed CPEP, the Center for Personalized Education for Physicians, since 1993. Korinek established CPEP’s Reentry to Clinical Practice Program and expanded the Pro BE (Professional/Problem-based Ethics) Program to be offered in three US locations and Canadaice succe in Raleigh, North Carolina, in 2014. Korinek has published and been invited to speak, both nationally and internationally, on the subject of physician competence and physician reentry. Korinek serves on the Continuous Professional Development Advisory Council of the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners Board of Directors.
She is a member of the California and National Association of Medical Staff Services, the California Society of Healthcare Attorneys and the American Health Lawyers Association.
Print Erin Mullenberg’s Bio Tawna Miles-Knight is the CVO Director at St. She is a professional Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist with over 24 years of expertise in medical staff management, credentialing and privileging, provider enrollment, regulatory and bylaws compliance, database management, quality, process improvement and personnel management.
Her practice covers advising hospitals, health systems, critical access hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, and medical groups on the regulatory, compliance and practical requirements for interfacing the medical staff and allied health professional staff with hospital operations.