Jeanette Snell brings over twenty years of health care experience to her full-time role as consultant for Joint Commission Resources. In addition to experience as a cardiac surgical and critical care nurse, she has experience as a traveling nurse and has worked in several facilities from large academic medical centers to a small rural community hospital. In her current consulting role, Jeanette works with organizations performing mock surveys, educational programs, grand rounds, and a myriad of other compliance activities to assist organizations in providing quality care which is both safe and meets with evidence based care guidelines.
Ms. Snell also has worked in utilization management and review for a commercial insurance company and served as a Quality Improvement Director. In this role, she had responsibility for the following functions: accreditation and regulatory activities, clinical risk management, patient satisfaction and safety, patient advocacy, social work, medical staff office, infection prevention and control, case management, quality improvement, utilization and pay for performance activities.
Ms. Snell has served as chair of the New York State Continuous Service Readiness Committee for many years and has presented at multiple statewide Joint Commission workshops and serves as faculty for Joint Commission Resources electronic product educational initiatives.
Jeanette received a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from Thomas Jefferson University College of Allied Health Sciences and a Master of Science Degree in Nursing with a specialization in education from Walden University. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau.
Thomas Jefferson University, Bachelor of Science