Julia E. Cooney, MBA, BSN
An experienced health care executive with health industry experience as a clinician, leader and consultant. Over the course of her career, Julia has worked in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom with healthcare organizations across the health ecosystem including multi-site integrated health systems, academic medical centers, health plans, tertiary care and community hospitals, and physician practice groups, to advance the strategic, operational and technology transformation of health and healthcare.
A former senior partner with Deloitte Consulting Health Care and Life Science practice. Julia has been a leader in clinical operations innovation and technology enabled transformation with her work crossing the care continuum to include inpatient, ambulatory and community/social services with a focus on population health, innovative models of care and the impact of technology on care delivery, for the patient and the care provider. Her breath and depth of work has included operational performance improvement/process redesign, strategic planning, executive and board facilitation, organizational redesign, EHR design and implementations, post merger integration, and large scale project management.
Of focus, the opportunities and challenges related to adoption and execution of operational and technology changes, technology’s impact on patient care delivery, and the digitization of care. She has led the full life cycle, from design to execution of complex multi-system enterprise-wide electronic health record implementations for both Epic and Cerner.
Ms. Cooney lead Deloitte Consulting’s signature work on the “Future of Work in Nursing” and “The Exponential Nurse”. She is driven to ensure nursing’s recognition and critical defining role in the transformation of health care delivery. A founding board member of the Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs and Leaders (SONSIEL), Ms. Cooney is committed to seeing nurses leading at the forefront of healthcare reform, advancing nursing’s contributions as instrumental to health care innovation, and promoting nurse lead population health directed innovative models of care.
A founding board member of the Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs and Leaders (SONSIEL), Ms. Cooney is committed to seeing nurses leading at the forefront of healthcare reform, advancing and amplifying nurses as health care innovators.