Stars and Stripes Consulting LLC is lead by Danielle Miller who was born and raised in Kansas. While growing up, she became known for her ability to do public speaking, analytical thinking and constructing solutions for problems. She graduated from Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing in 2011. While in college, she worked with rural critical access facilities, health centers and non-profit organizations representing healthcare professionals.
As a registered nurse, she started in pediatrics. Further, she worked with adults with cardiac, neurological, strokes, abdominal surgery and organ transplants. Subsequently, she went on to be a transplant coordinator. During that time, she worked to create new policy, processes and systems to manage the largest changes in organ allocation history. Moreover, she worked with two large health systems to implement electronic medical record systems including designing education and documentation policy.
Most recently, she has spent over five years as Risk Manager for an entity in Johns Hopkins Health System. During this time, she created a process and policy for the creation, management, distribution and education of policies and procedures. She conducted root cause analysis, failure mode analysis and investigations into patient complaints and reported adverse events through action plan creation, monitoring and compliance. “Immediate Jeopard” regulatory findings allowed her expertise to be used to manage the collection, distribution and compliance to ensure successful resolution. As the primary risk contact for the over 1,000 births per year women and infant services line, her passion for this population drove her designation.