Dan Weberg is on the faculty at The Ohio State University College of Nursing and multiple innovation fellowship programs. He previously taught on nursing innovation and leadership at Arizona State University. He is on the editorial board for Nursing Administration Quarterly and has authored two dozen peer-reviewed articles and two textbooks, including Evidence Based Innovation Leadership for Health Professions and Leadership in Nursing Practice.
Previously he was Head of Clinical Innovation for Trusted Health, the staffing platform for the healthcare industry, where he helped drive product strategy and worked to change the conversation around innovation in the healthcare workforce. Additionally, Dr. Weberg served as the Vice President for Transformation Services at Ascension, supporting 60,000 nurses and 140+ facilities in modernizing nursing technology, developing new care models, and measuring innovation outcomes.
Dr. Weberg spent seven years at Kaiser Permanente, where he held executive roles in nursing innovation, research, and technology strategy across eight regions, 38 hospitals, 60,000 nurses. He was also part of the founding faculty for the new Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine.
He was also the first-ever graduate of the PhD in Healthcare Innovation Leadership program at Arizona State University. Dr. Weberg serves on several advisory boards, including the American Nurses Association Innovation Advisory Board and speaks all over the world on topics of innovation, leadership, and the future of healthcare and nursing.
PhD, MHI, RN
The Ohio State University