Julianne Nee, MBA, was appointed administrative director of Patient Care Services Program Initiatives on Jan. 2.
She oversees the overall nonclinical administration and operational components of programs within Patient Care Services and the Department of Nursing. She serves as the department lead, overseeing several committees and reporting processes related to institutional and departmental accreditation and recognition, professional staff concerns regarding issues of safety and staffing, nursing contract issues concerning employee benefits, and employee- and workplace-satisfaction initiatives.
Nee brings a wealth of administrative experience in addition to project management skills to her new role. Prior to this position, she was a senior project manager in Human Resources (HR), where she was instrumental in designing, planning and implementing key HR initiatives and projects for BWH.
Earlier in her career at the Brigham, she was a business manager in the Center for Nursing Excellence, where she served as the nonclinical administrative lead for the 2016 Patient Safety Culture Survey. Nee also supported Nursing and Patient Care Services e-learning initiatives and managed Nursing’s intranet site, among many other duties.
Nee earned her master’s degree in business administration from Curry College and received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts Boston.