Nancy Jaeckels Kamp
An innovator who excels at change management, Nancy Jaeckels Kamp knows how to help clients navigate today’s challenges to ensure future success.
A veteran coach and consultant for performance improvement and Lean Thinking, Nancy helps organizations improve processes and outcomes. She has experience designing training within and across organizations, securing funding, and managing programs.
Nancy has more than 25 years of experience in direct patient care, health care administration, and quality and safety improvement in ambulatory, inpatient and long-term care. Throughout her career she has led the way in the design, funding and implementation of programs to improve the delivery of health care.
Prior to joining HMA, Nancy was president of her own healthcare integration consulting company. She helped guide a number of behavioral health integration projects, including creation and implementation of business strategies within behavioral health clinics. Nancy also has led and facilitated numerous multi-stakeholder collaboratives for a wide array of quality improvement projects.
For the 15 years prior to starting her own business, she served as vice president of the Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement in Minnesota. In that role Nancy led numerous behavioral health integration projects specific to depression, substance misuse and abuse, and medical home implementation with behavioral health and chronic disease management.
Nancy is a certified professional in healthcare quality, quality and organizational excellence, and change management and has served two terms as president of the Minnesota HealthCare Quality Professionals.
She earned her Bachelor of Applied Science degree from Kaplan University.
Nancy enjoys hanging out in her roof-top urban garden with her basset hound, Gordie. She also is an avid sports fan, loves to run, do yoga and Zumba, and travel to new places.