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Kelsey Miller, MHA, MLD, HEC-C

Project Manager; Department of Clinical & Organizational Ethics

Kelsey Miller is the Project Manager for the Department of Clinical and Organizational Ethics for the IU Health system and has been with IU Health since 2018.  She is also the founder and Program Manager of the Family Support Program, which provides services and supplies to family members of actively dying trauma patients and was made possible by receiving a Values Grants from the Evans Center for Spiritual and Religious Values in Healthcare.  She completed the Fairbanks Fellowship in Clinical Ethics in 2022, focusing her project on Organizational Ethics.  Kelsey also received a Master’s in Healthcare Administration in2021 and a Master’s in Leadership Development in 2022.  She is a Unit Based Ethics Conversation Facilitator and recently received her certification to be a healthcare ethics consultant through ASBH.  Kelsey’s areas of interests include organizational ethics, rural ethics, and ethical implications that affect athletes of all ages. Kelsey is married and has twin boys.


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  • Indiana University, B.S. Tourism and Event Management
  • St. Mary of the Woods College, Master's in Healthcare Administration/Master's in Leadership Development
  • Charles Warren Fairbanks Center for Medical Ethics, Fellowship in Clinical Ethics Fellow

Representative Publications

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  • Miller K, Hartsock J. Developing a Clinical Organizational Ethics Program. Jour of Hosp Ethics. 2023;9(1):12-19.