ChrysMarie Suby, RN, MS

President/CEO, CCSS™, CCRL™, TLMP™

ChrysMarie Suby is an international healthcare consultant specializing in the area of clinical operations, scheduling and staffing systems, and productivity management. She is a nurse scientist, author, professional speaker owner and co-founder of the Labor Management Institute. 

Ms. Suby has over 35 years healthcare experience in a variety of clinical and management position. Her specialty areas include clinical operations, labor management, scheduling and staffing to budget in healthcare and other organizations (casinos/resorts, and retail clients) nationally and internationally, scheduling, staffing and report automation. 

ChrysMarie is editor and publisher of the nationally recognized newsletter Perspectives of Staffing and Scheduling© (PSS™) now in its 33rd year.  She is the publisher of the Labor Management Institute’s PSS™ Annual Survey of Hours Report© now in its 27th year. It was the first national benchmarking database for Nursing in the USA started by Eunice Lawrenz in 1989. The annual report compares hours of care for 95 types of units by 13 service lines for teaching, community and rural hospitals. The PSS™ Annual Survey of Hours Report© was both cited and quoted in the 2004 Institute of Medicine Report on “Keeping Patients Safe; Transforming the Work Environment of Nurses.”

Ms. Suby contributes articles and serves on the Editorial Board for the Creative Nursing Journal. She regularly contributes articles to the Hospital Finance Management Association’s (HFMA) Business of Caring newsletter (www.hafma.org/boc) and the Healthcare Cost Containment newsletter (www.hfma.org/hcc) and HealthLeaders (www.healthleaders.com).

Biannually, ChrysMarie hosts the LMI International Conference on Workforce Management© which provides education from nationally and internationally recognized speakers on cutting edge concerns for scheduling, staffing, productivity and workforce management.

ChrysMarie attained her undergraduate education from Metropolitan College in Minneapolis MN and MS/Adult Nurse Practitioner at the University of Minnesota. She is a member of AONE and she is a founding member of the International Organization of Schedulers, Staffers and Resource Leaders (IOSSRL) and the Workforce Educational Organization (WEO).

Heather McCrohan, BS, MBA

Director of Operations/Sr. Associate Consultant/Trainer, CCSS™, CCRL™, TLMP™

Ms. McCrohan is a Certified Resource Leader and has more than eight years healthcare experience in financial budgeting, employee scheduling, staffing and resource management. Areas of expertise include workload measurement, productivity management, and resource management. She has assisted in evaluating and defending nurse staffing resources to senior leadership.

Ms. McCrohan is publication manager of the nationally recognized newsletter Perspectives of Staffing and Scheduling© (PSS™) and the Labor Management Institute’s PSS™ Annual Survey of Hours Report©.

Ms. McCrohan graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelors in Business and her MBA from Bethel University. She is a member of the International Organization of Schedulers, Staffers and Resource Leaders (IOSSRL) and the Workforce Educational Organization (WEO).

Jennifer Guild BSN, MSN

Associate Consultant,  CCSS™

Jennifer Guild is an RN and nursing leader with 14 years’ leadership experience managing inpatient nursing units (Cardiopulmonary, Medical/Surgical) the Emergency Department and Central Staffing Office. Areas of expertise include workload measurement, productivity management, and resource management. Jennifer is certified as a Clinical Scheduler/Staffer (CCSS™).

Jennifer graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato, MN with a Bachelors in Nursing and a Masters of Nursing Science, Executive Leadership. She is a member of ANA and MNA.

Martha L. Giangiulio, RN, BSN, MHA

Adjunct Faculty; Associate Constultant, CCSS™, CCRL™

Martha Giangiulio is the Staff/Bed Control Manager, Manager of Float Pool Department & Nursing Supervisors at Akron Children’s Hospital. She manages the throughput for admissions to all sites of Akron Children’s Hospital to ensure efficient patient placement. She partners with 20 inpatient nurse managers and 4 nursing directors on daily staffing issues, bed availability and patient acuity. She supervises 85 Float Pool staff at Akron and 15 Float Pool staff at MV Campuses and 10-member supervisors group. She is responsible for the selection, cultivation, management and oversight of Kronos and Epic updates, operates in conjunction with UR Manager and authorization for infusion patient admission, works with the EPIC ADT team on builds for new units, bed spaces and upgrade features on bed boards, and much more. A partial list of her accomplishments include: 2016 Nominated for March of Dimes Leadership Nurse of the Year, 2012 Featured in Akron Life Magazine on Go Red for Women Luncheon, and 2010 Character Counts Award for Akron Children’s Hospital.

Martha graduated from Duquesne University with a Bachelor of Nursing and the University of Phoenix with a Masters in Healthcare Administration. Certifications include Lean Six Sigma Blue Belt Training Certification, Clinical Scheduling & Staffing (CCSS™), Clinical Resource Leader (CCRL™)

 

Adjunct Faculty

Ronda Hughes, PhD, MHS, RN, FAAN

Lisa Brackett, RN, BSN

Dr. Christine Meade, PhD.

Jane T. Wall, RN, MSN, CNA

Dr. KT Waxman, DNP, MBA, RN, CNL

Mary Lou Schmidt, MSN