Telligen employee-owner, Karilynne Lenning, was recently selected to serve on the National Quality Forum’s Renal Standing Committee after being nominated by her director, Sherry Grund. This multi-stakeholder committee will work to identify and endorse new performance measures for accountability and quality improvement that specifically address the area of renal care.
“I am extremely pleased and honored to work with the NQF and serve on this committee. It is a great opportunity to meet colleagues in the medical industry and also bring increased visibility to the Telligen brand.”
In addition to her involvement with this NQF committee, Ms. Lenning is a licensed social worker and holds a masters degree in healthcare administration. She serves on the State of Iowa Social Work Board and has 20 years of experience in the hospital setting including work in the inpatient renal dialysis unit, critical care unit, emergency medicine, behavioral health and obstetrics.
Click here to read complete information about the National Quality Forum’s Renal Standing Committee.