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New MOQC Team Member Spotlight

MOQC is delighted to introduce three new MOQC team members who are joining the team in June and July.

Jennifer Broadhurst, RN, BSN, OCN, Clinical Data Abstractor

Jenn has been a registered nurse for 25 years, with a Bachelor of Science in nursing from Northern Illinois University. Her early clinical focus was in emergency medicine and cardiology. She found a passion for oncology working as an outpatient infusion nurse since 2017, and she earned her certification as an Oncology Certified Nurse (OCN) in 2020. Jenn continues to work in outpatient infusion and recently started classes to earn her credential as a Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR).

Jenn is excited to join MOQC because she believes in our mission. She feels that MOQC provides a unique opportunity to identify areas for change and improvement, giving providers the ability to incorporate these findings into day-to-day practice to enhance the experience and outcome for patients. As an infusion nurse, Jenn feels very strongly about improving patient care and experience throughout the cancer journey and is excited to continue to work towards that goal with MOQC.

In her off time, Jenn enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, playing disc golf, gardening, and raising monarch butterflies in the summer.

Deana Jansa, MHA, RN, BSN, Clinical Data Abstractor

Deana has been a registered nurse for over 30 years with a Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Master of Healthcare Administration from the University of Phoenix. Most of her clinical experience has been related to oncology care, including bedside care, case management, bone marrow program manager, and research nurse. She has also been involved in projects to improve care in electronic medical record implementation and primary care redesign. Deana is thrilled to join MOQC to continue in oncology and to help improve care for patients.

In her spare time, Deana enjoys being outdoors with her husband Brian and their Golden Retriever Jax, doing all kinds of activities including camping and hiking. Her favorite activity is snowmobiling. She also enjoys reading and cooking/baking.

Eric Voisine, MS, Data Analyst

Eric started his career as an IT Auditor, working with companies in different industries to create secure and reliable information. After 3 years in that field, he returned to school at Michigan State University to pursue a master’s degree in data science and analytics. Since completing that degree, he has been working as a data engineer with a focus on enabling access to and understanding of data.

Through his family’s experiences with cancer, Eric has seen how difficult the treatment process can be for patients and families. He is excited to contribute to improving the quality of care
and the experience for those being affected by cancer. Additionally, he’s excited to work with
a team of compassionate people to learn as much as he can.

Eric loves hiking, camping, and spending time outside however he can. He is a fan of trying and failing to learn musical instruments and also enjoys reading while his cat, Frankie, bites his book.