Chief Clinical Officer, OBQI Director
In her role as chief clinical officer, Ms. Gall provides clinical vision and direction to Optimal Care, Inc. She is committed to developing and implementing innovative clinical programs to meet the needs of the community. Kristyn is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner specializing in geriatric behavioral health and dementia care. She has many years of experience in home care in both clinical practice and leadership. She is actively involved in research to better understand the needs of dementia patients and their caregivers. Kristyn serves as a board member for the Michigan Home Health Association, which actively promotes home health as a tool to help individuals age in place.
COO/Administrator, RN, BS
As both the Chief Operations Officer and Administrator, Ms. Murphy-DeOrsey directs the company’s administrative and operational functions. She was a group practice administrator with 15 years of strategic process and operations management experience prior to purchasing Optimal Care. Coleen is committed to bringing Optimal Care’s mission to Southeast Michigan and to provide an excellent work environment, high salary and benefit package to engage and retain the highest level of clinicians necessary to provide quality care to our patients.
Director of Nursing & Quality
Erik Wilson is a BSN prepared Registered Nurse with a Master’s of Science in Nursing Business and Health Systems from the University of Michigan with specialty focus patient safety outcomes and health systems. He holds credentialing as a Certified Professional in Health Care Quality (CPHQ) through the National Association of Health Care Quality, Nursing Executive-Advanced Board Certification (NEA-BC) by the ANCC, and Wound Care (WCC) through National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy. Erik’s clinical experience expands a variety of areas including Emergency Services, Home Health, Wound Care and Behavioral Health. He has contributed to quality improvement initiatives not only within his organization and the SE-MI area but nationally with NAHQ as a contributor for the “Competencies for the HealthCare quality Professional; Population Health and Care Transitions” and core leader in the Behavioral Health Special Interest Group He has experience as a nurse planner with the State of Michigan Homecare and Hospice Association. He is currently engaged in educational and quality improvement endeavors that focus on access to care, barriers and solutions in care transitions for complex patients, value-based transitional care, patient self-management, mental health screening, and implementation of evidence into practice. Erik is dedicated to the population health movement and improving care not only to complex patients but also in the preventative care in decreasing the incidence of complex patients in the population.