Quality & Clinical Standards
To advance the principles of clinical standardization and drive clinical excellence and resource stewardship by empowering clinicians to standardize clinical care and reduce clinical variation through the development of evidence-based medicine and best practice standards.
The Quality and Clinical Standardization team provides guidance in the development of clinical standards and best practice guidelines by applying evidence-based medicine and best practice standards under the medical staff approved structure, the Clinical Collaboration Council, utilizing a multidisiplinary approach. The team is responsible for the oversight of select inpatient quality measures directed at improving patient safety, reducing mortality rates and decreasing the number of complications of care by identifying and exploring opportunities to improve process of care and outcome metrics.
Cora Murphy, MSN, RN, CNL
Cora Murphy, MSN, RN, CNL is the System Director of Quality and Clinical Standardization and Infection Prevention. Cora has been a Registered Nurse for 23 years and with Lee Health since 2004. She oversees day-to-day operations of Infection Prevention and clinical quality programs at Lee Health, including directing the administrative aspect of the Clinical Collaboration Council and its various Clinical Consensus Groups.
In her free time, Cora enjoys going to the beach, traveling, biking, watching the Green Bay Packers, and most of all, spending time with her family.