Celtic Hospice and Healthcare Education Team
Clinical Education Supervisor
Amy Shortall, RN, BSN, COS-C received her Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing from Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. Amy has been with Celtic Healthcare since 2005 serving in various capacities from Homecare Clinical Preceptor and Staff RN to Homecare Nursing Supervisor to Preceptor Coordinator and Clinical Education Supervisor. Amy’s responsibilities include development and implementation of educational pathways consisting of e-learning, audio and visual training, and seminars for staff, referral sources, patients and families and other home healthcare providers. She also oversees the on-boarding process of new staff. Amy received her OASIS-C Certification by OCCB in March, 2011. Prior to joining Celtic Healthcare, Amy was an Interim Supervisor and Primary Nurse Care Coordinator for UPMC Presbyterian Hospital.
Clinical Education Coordinator
Ryan Hornung, RN, BSN, received his Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing from Penn State University. He is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree for Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner from the University of South Alabama. Prior to joining Celtic Healthcare in 2012, Ryan was a Charge Nurse at the Medical Treatment Center of the Tomoka State Prison and a Pediatric Intensive Care Nurse for Pennsylvania State Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, PA, Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, FL and Travel Nurse Across America in Little Rock, AR.
Misty Kevech, RN, BS Ed, MS, COS-C
Clinical Education Consultant
Misty Kevech, RN, BS Ed, MS, COS-C received her Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health Care Education and her Master’s of Science Degree in Professional Leadership with emphasis on training and development. She has over 25 years of homecare experience, primarily in quality improvement and education. Misty previously served as the Communication/Training Manager for Quality Insights of Pennsylvania, the Home Health Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) Support Center. She coordinated and produced tools and resources for QIOs and home health agencies nationally. Misty was the editor of the Best Practice Intervention Packages for the National Home Health Quality Improvement Campaign. She has provided national presentations on many topic areas, especially related to best practices and interventions to reduce avoidable acute care hospitalizations and quality improvement. Additionally, she has written articles for Remington Report and Home HealthCare Nurse.