Alma Ahmetovic , MSN, RN, WCC, HFA »
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Alma Ahmetovic , MSN, RN, WCC, HFAIndiana University PhD
Current program – Interested in the care of older adults and research in this area. 2017 August – Presented on the topic of The First 72: Post-Acute Care Onboarding & Hospitality during a 3.5 hour, half-day intensive session at the 2017 Pioneer Network Annual Conference in Schaumburg, IL. 2015 – Present: Facility Administrator on Record, Swiss Village, Berne, Indiana; HFA. 2013 – Present: VP of Healthcare Services (previously Director of Healthcare Services) (full time), Swiss Village, Berne, Indiana; manage all departments within healthcare. 2012 – 2013: Director of Nursing (full time), Swiss Village, Berne, Indiana; direct the nursing care program to meet the needs of all healthcare residents; managed the quality assurance program, managed the wound care program. 2005 – Present: Bookkeeping for Star Dental Lab company owned by my spouse; completed pay stubs for all employees, statements for dentists, took care of all bills. 2005 – 2012: Registered Nurse/Unit Manager (full time), Swiss Village, Berne, Indiana; manage healthcare unit on day shift. 2003 – 2005: Licensed Practical Nurse (full time), Swiss Village, Berne, Indiana; provided nursing services to 28 residents on the night shift. 2002 – 2003: Qualified Medical Assistant (full time), Swiss Village, Berne, Indiana; administered medications to 30 residents on the evening shift. 1997 – 2002: Certified Nursing Assistant (full time), Swiss Village, Berne, Indiana; direct resident care for 30 residents on the evening shift.
Research/Clinical Practice Area: Jonas Scholar – Chronic Health
Dissertation: My anticipated dissertation title is care transitions and the factors that contribute to nursing home residents decisions to transfer to the hospital. I am also looking at possibly exploring experiences of nursing home residents who have transferred from the nursing home to the hospital. I plan to explore residents immediately after their transfer occurred and surveying residents at the hospital.