Corizon appoints risk management analyst


Corizon, a provider of correctional healthcare solutions, has hired registered nurse Tonya Mooningham to the Brentwood Clinical Services team as Corizon’s new clinical risk management Analyst (CRMA).

In her new role, Mooningham will lead the evaluations of clinically-related compliance line phone calls and address internal feedback. She will perform chart reviews, participate in Corizon’s sentinel event process and assist in the analysis of professional liability records.

“Tonya exemplifies a strong commitment to quality care and patient safety,” said Dr. Rebekah Haggard, Corizon’s vice president and patient safety officer. “She will be a vital asset to the team and we are confident she will help further the success of the organization.”

Corizon provides quality healthcare services at 423 correctional facilities across the country serving approximately 317,000 inmates in 29 states. Mooningham joins Corizon with more than six years of experience as director of quality and risk management for Tennessee area hospitals. She earned an associate degree in nursing from Tennessee State University followed by a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Middle Tennessee State University.


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