|Vickie Mullins Moore, MSN, RN, CHE, NEA-BC
Vickie Moore has over 35 years of acute care nursing experience, as well as
20 years of consulting experience and 13 years experience as the chief
nursing officer of Saint Joseph's Hospital, Atlanta, leading them to become
one of the first MagnetŪ hospitals in the nation. Vickie is a published
author on the topics of shared governance and organizational reengineering.
She has guided dozens of organizations through the MagnetŪ designation and
Her consultation experience includes a variety of healthcare
organizations including large academic, tertiary, specialty, community,
religiously affiliated, government, and critical access hospitals. Vickie
has provided consultation on performance improvement to implement structural
and process changes to improve outcomes and reduce cost of providing care in
acute settings. She developed the structure and guided the process to
implement one of the earliest nursing case peer review programs in the
country. Vickie has provided guidance on written documentation to support
the Magnet application and coached physicians, executives, and staff to
achieve successful on-site appraisal.
Vickie is noted for her experience as a CNO of an organization with one of
the most mature models of shared decision-making, clinical advancement, and
professional accountability. She has the ability to skillfully guide others
to create structures and processes for true shared decision-making. She has
expertise in evaluating models for best cultural fit, developing bylaws, and
providing support and guidance to ensure effective decision-making as the
One of her unique skills is her ability to leverage her knowledge and experience
in critical care systems and processes to address the requirements for empirical
outcomes for MagnetŪ designation and redesignation.
Vickie is nationally and internationally recognized for her work on shared
governance, peer review, transformational leadership, innovations to bring
about clinical transformation, and technology integration to facilitate
improvement in patient outcomes. She has consulted and lectured in the
Caribbean Community Secretariat (CARICOM) to help bring the tenets of
cultural empowerment and excellence in nursing to Jamaica, British Virgin
Islands, St. Kitts and Nevis, Suriname, Belize, and Trinidad and Tabago.