A handful of new appointments within the Christiana Care Value Institute’s Institute for Learning, Leadership and Development were announced recently by Neil Jasani, M.D., MBA, FACEP, chief learning officer and vice president of Medical Affairs.
The appointments “are integral to advancement of Christiana Care’s learning strategy and positioning for a transition to population health based care,” Dr. Jasani said.
Elizabeth Blaylock, MPPM, was appointed vice president, strategic learning and development. Blaylock, who holds a master’s degree in public policy and management, will oversee strategic learning and development needs of the system and assist with designing and implementing solutions to improve organizational performance. She also will lead the development and delivery of effective educational and development programming that prepares Christiana Care’s extraordinary people to meet our strategic goals.
Lisa Maxwell, M.D., was named associate chief learning officer and designated institutional officer. Dr. Maxwell will focus her efforts in supporting the chief learning officer at a system level and will focus on undergraduate and graduate medical education. She worked most recently as the program director in Family Medicine, co-program director for the Emergency Medicine-Family Medicine programs and director for undergraduate medical education. She also oversaw Christiana Care’s Sidney Kimmel Medical College branch campus and undergraduate medical education efforts.
Kristi Pintar, Ed.D., was named vice president, organizational change and development. She will oversee professional development and change management in the system, champion the need for continuous improvement, learning and transformation, and facilitate the development of systems and processes of collaboration and communication necessary to accelerate organizational learning for the spread of evidence-based best practices.
Vaughn Wright, Ed.D., was promoted to vice president, Academic Affairs, and assistant designated institutional officer. She will oversee graduate medical education, allied health programs and the Medical Libraries. She most recently served as director of graduate medical education.