Consultant Spotlight: Courtney DeTore, Senior Project Manager, RN, MSN


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Courtney directs and oversees all aspects of her assigned projects ensuring compliance with registry standards and specifications. She ensures the goals and objectives of each project are met through oversight of her data abstraction teams.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Courtney served as Quality Program Coordinator for Heywood Hospital where she performed data collection on a variety of datasets and collaborated with leadership on various QI initiatives. She has also served as Quality Improvement Specialist for Lowell General Hospital, was a Professional Development Specialist for Emerson Hospital and has served as a Critical Care RN, Charge Nurse for Telemetry and provided comprehensive care to cardiac patients. She is also an adjunct instructor for Rivier University where she teaches Quality and Informatics in Practice.

Courtney earned her Masters of Science degree from Rivier University in New Hampshire and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Colby-Sawyer College in New Hampshire.

Courtney resides in Massachusetts with her husband and son.  Here she enjoys camping, hiking, skiing, kayaking, reading and snowshoe activities.

Q & A with Courtney:

Q: What do you find to be the most rewarding part of your career in healthcare quality?

A: Knowing that I am helping people receive the best possible care that is up to date and evidenced based.

Q: With so many career options in the healthcare industry, why did you choose a career focused on data collection and clinical outcomes?

A: I love measurable outcomes! I believe that data can help people look at something through the same objective lens. Ideally, this puts people on common ground to be able to discuss Quality Improvement and problem solve together.

Q: What advice can  you give others who may be considering a remote position outside the clinical setting?

A: It is wonderful! I love that I no longer have a commute and I can wear my slippers to work rather than heels. It is also great to have my dog with me in the office everyday.