Michelle Bryant, MBA, BSN, RN, CPHQ is an accomplished health care professional with more than 25 years of clinical and non-clinical leadership experience. She has worked as a military officer, clinician, healthcare executive, presenter, consultant and advocate for quality healthcare. She has a remarkable body of work extending from for-profit and non-profit health systems to academic in a variety of geographic locations as well as is well known throughout the healthcare industry for her expertise with population health, performance improvement, accreditation and regulatory agencies. Currently based out of Lake Orion, Michigan, Ms. Bryant has extensive experience working as and with C-level executives, physicians, and payers across multiple organizations.
A board member of Michigan Association for Healthcare Quality as well as a member of the National Association for Healthcare Quality, she is currently the executive director of Quality and Risk Management for the Behavioral Center of Michigan and Samaritan Behavioral Center and speaks nationally on population health and staff engagement. She has served as vice president of Quality Management and Patient Care Services for Wayne State University Physician Group, vice president of Regulatory Compliance and Quality for Westside Regional Medical Center (HCA) in Florida, director of Clinical Quality Improvement for South Fulton Medical Center (Tenet) in Georgia, nurse educator for Medical College of Georgia Health Inc. in Georgia, and department director of Education for the United States Army Nurse Corps in Germany.