Hampton, VA, March 7, 2017 — – ivWatch, LLC, medical device manufacturer of the Model 400 PIV continuous monitoring device, is pleased to welcome Susan Brown, MSN, MSED, as Chief Nursing Officer beginning on March 1, 2017.
Ms. Brown joins ivWatch from her role as a director with patient care services at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters in Norfolk, VA. Her fifteen years of experience in pediatric intensive care include responsibility for operational and clinical care departments including the departments responsible for patient flow, vascular access, resource pool, neonatal/pediatric critical care transport, and others.
She also established protocols, procedures and processes to implement programs improving systems and accountability across the hospital. She was a key member of the hospital-wide process improvement team for CLABSI reduction, completing a comprehensive job instruction training program utilizing the Toyota Production System.
As ivWatch’s Chief Nursing Officer, Ms. Brown will be responsible for developing a new clinical research plan, including the design and execution of clinical research projects. She will also be leading the training programs for hospital staffs implementing the ivWatch Model 400 device in their facilities.
“We could not be more pleased that Susan has joined the team at ivWatch,” says Gary P. Warren, ivWatch President & CEO. “Her nursing experience and leadership skills will enhance our ability to successfully and seamlessly implement our product in hospitals across the United States, as well as continue our dedication to conducting and collecting data through clinical research.”