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Janice M. Miller, DNP, CRNP, CDE

Contact Dr. Miller

130 South Ninth Street
Edison Building, Suite 860
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-7723
(215) 503-0376 fax

Education

DNP, Thomas Jefferson University, 2012
MSN, Rutgers University, 1996
BSN, Temple University, 1982

Certification

Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner AGPCNP-BC
Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)

University Appointment

Assistant Professor
Coordinator, Adult Gerontology-Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Program

Thomas Jefferson University Service

Research Coordinator for Pulmonary Medicine 1987-1996
Adult Nurse Practitioner with Jefferson Internal Medicine Associates 1996-2011
Project Director for Quality Improvement, Jefferson School of Population Health 2011-2012
Membership on various committees for Jefferson University Physicians and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson College of Nursing

Research & Clinical Interests

Primary Care
Diabetes and Diabetes Education
Outpatient Care Delivery Models (such as the Patient Centered Medical Home and the Chronic Care Model)
Affordable Care Act (Health Reform)
Health Policy/Government Affairs
Quality Improvement
Patient Engagement strategies

Professional Memberships

American Association of Nurse Practitioners
Pennsylvania Coalition of Nurse Practitioners
Health Policy Fellow, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing

Awards and Honors

2012 Outstanding Practice Inquiry Project Award, 2012, Doctoral Program, Jefferson School of Nursing
2015 Selected for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Health Policy Fellowship
2015 Outstanding Continuing Education Outcomes Assessment, Alliance for Continuing Education in Health Professions
2017 MSN Excellence in Teaching Award

Consultation

2017 – Present Member, Care For PA Campaign Committee, Pennsylvania Coalition of Nurse Practitioners
2017 to Present Expert Reviewer, Primary Care and Chronic Illness Committee, National Quality Forum, Washington, D. C
2015 to Present Member, Healthcare Transformation Workforce, Health Innovations in Pennsylvania Demonstration Project, Pennsylvania Department of Health
2013 to 2017 Member, Endocrine Steering Committee, National Quality Forum, Washington, D.C
2013 - 2015 Co-Chair, Workforce Subcommittee, and Member, Regional Action Coalition of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania State Nurses Association
Peer reviewer: 2012 to present American Journal of Medical Quality Population Health Management

GlaxoSmithKline Respiratory National Advisory Board for Nurse Practitioners, 2007.

Presentations

A health policy faculty survey: Forks and detours on the road to competency:  The AACN 2015 faculty policy intensive fellows project. Poster Presentation at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing 2018 Doctoral Education Conference, Naples, Florida. January 2018

A health policy faculty survey; Roads to Competency, American Association of Colleges of Nursing 2015 Faculty Policy Intensive Fellowship Project.  Poster presentation at the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation, Nursing and Health Policy Conference, San Diego, California. January 2017

Diabetes medications; friend or foe? The Evidence is in.  Podium presentation at the Pennsylvania Coalition of Nurse Practitioners Annual Conference, Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania. November 2016

Improving healthcare through big reading: ten classic, new and not so new essential readings for DNP students.  Podium presentation.  American Association of Colleges of Nursing Doctoral Education Conference, Naples, Florida.   January, 2016

Panelist, for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Workshop, Jefferson College of Nursing and Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Education March, 2016

Text messaging in the patient centered medical home to improve glucose control and retinopathy screening: A pilot studyPodium presentation at the University of Delaware Nursing Research Symposium, Newark, Delaware.  November, 2014

Integrating institutional diabetes quality data with grand rounds education improves A1c control.  Included author, Poster presentation at the American Diabetes Association Scientific Session, San Francisco, California.  June 2014

Publications

Staebler, S., Campbell, J., Cornelius, P., Fallin-Bennett, A., Fry-Bowers, E., Kung, Y.M., LaFevers, D. and Miller, J. (2017). Policy and political advocacy: Comparison study of nursing faculty to determine current practices, perceptions and barriers to teaching health policy. Journal of Professional Nursing 33, 350-355.

Miller, J. M., Phalen, A.G., Crawford, A., Frisby, A. & Ziring, B.S. (2017). Text messaging in the patient-centered medical home to improve glucose control and retinopathy screening. Health Equity 1(1) 2-6. DOI: 10.1089/heq2016.0000

Miller, J. & Nash, D. (2013). Quality metrics and initiatives in the clinic setting. In J. Riff, S.Ryan, T. Hansen-Turton & C. Ridgway, Convenient Care Clinics: The essential guide to retail clinics for clinicians, managers and educators. (pp. 193-199). New York: Springer.

Kubis-Miller, J. (2006). Tuberculosis. In V. Arcangelo & A. Peterson (2nd Ed.), Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice (pp. 340-351). Philadelphia: Lippincott.

Kubis, J. (2001). Tuberculosis. In V. Arcangelo & A. Peterson, Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice (pp. 335-345). Philadelphia: Lippincott

Kubis, J. (1996). The use of zileuton as a steroid sparing agent in asthma. Clinical Case Studies in Asthma Therapy, Abbott Laboratories.