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Kallie Kujawa Named Bozeman Health Chief Clinical Transformation Officer

Corporate news | Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Contact: Lauren Brendel, M.S.

Bozeman Health is proud to share that Kallie Kujawa has accepted the position of chief clinical transformation officer on the Bozeman Health executive team, effective January 3, 2022.

In this role, Kallie will lead the health system to continually achieve safe, quality outcomes and exceptional patient experiences. She will continue to guide the enterprise as a functional system that offers excellent, reliable care at all care sites, and help to provide the infrastructure and tools needed to successfully guide leaders, clinicians, and staff in defining, measuring, and monitoring department-specific performance and addressing opportunities.

Kallie has been with Bozeman Health since 2007, starting her career as a registered nurse, then as a nurse educator. She continued moving up in positions of leadership as a magnet program coordinator, a patient safety coordinator, and then a system manager, where she was responsible for the operations and strategy for informing clinical regulatory compliance decisions for the health system. Kallie moved into a system director role in 2019 and was designated as the patient safety officer and quality management representative. During her time in this role, she and her team achieved multiple quality and safety awards, which included receiving a five star overall hospital quality rating for Deaconess Hospital in 2021 from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

Kallie has most recently led as Incident Commander for our COVID-19 incident response, readiness, and recovery efforts. She is a tireless and steadfast leader, and has a reputation for compassion and resolve in the midst of multiple, challenging opportunities. Kallie is also known for being an advocate for patient quality and safety, and an implementer for positive change and improvement.

Kallie holds a Master’s in Nursing from Montana State University, and a bachelor of arts from Carroll College in Helena, Montana.