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Daniela Nuñez

Grassroots Organizer

Daniela Nuñez
Daniela Nuñez is a Patient Safety Grassroots Organizer working in CU's Austin office. She communicates with activists, volunteers, and organizations across the country working for a safer, higher quality health care system. She is also the lead blogger for "The Dirty Truth," CU's patient safety blog. Since she joined CU in November 2007, Daniela has organized media events for CU's Cover America Tour and has played an active role in CU's social networking team. Daniela developed a passion for organizing while studying at the University of Notre Dame. She organized on-campus animal rights campaigns and volunteered for several other social justice and political campaigns over four years. During her summers home in Austin, TX, Daniela organized for the Save Our Springs Alliance, advocating for the protection of Barton Springs and the Edwards Aquifer. She interned for two U.S. Congressional lawmakers: Representative Lloyd Doggett (TX) and Senator Evan Bayh (IN). In 2007, Daniela earned a B.A. in Political Science and English. A native of Austin, TX, Daniela enjoys local activism, live music, film, blogs and ingenious social networks.

Posts

Response to Consumer Reports’ questions from Decatur Memorial Hospital

The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (Decatur Memorial Hospital – Decatur, IL)

Response to Consumer Reports’ questions from Meridian Health (Riverview Medical Center)

The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (Riverview Medical Center – Red Bank, NJ)

Response to Consumer Reports’ questions from Fremont-Rideout Health Group

The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (Marysville, CA)

The Low-Down Dozen: Consumer Reports flags twelve hospitals for low infection prevention ratings

Today Consumers Union, the policy in action arm of Consumer Reports, is launching “The Low-Down Dozen,” a social media project to call attention to twelve hospitals that earned low scores for avoiding five infections in our latest ratings.

Response to Consumer Reports’ questions from Venice Regional Bayfront Health

The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (Venice, FL)

Response to Consumer Reports’ questions from UF Health Jacksonville

The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (UF Health Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL)

Response to Consumer Reports’ questions from St. Petersburg General Hospital

The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (St. Petersburg General Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL)

Response to Consumer Reports’ questions from Rockdale Medical Center

The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (Rockdale Medical Center, Conyers, GA)

Response to Consumer Reports’ questions from Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care Centers

The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care Centers, Evergreen Park, IL)

Response to Consumer Reports’ questions from Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services

The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services, New Albany, IN)