3 Questions with Casey Schuller, BSN, RN, VA-BC
Our “3 Questions with…” vlog series features some of the finest thought leaders in healthcare specialties such as Infection Prevention, Vascular Access, and more. These experts answer questions on the latest insights, evidence and current practices. For our newest “3 Questions With…” vlog, Eloquest Healthcare is proud to feature Casey Schuller, BSN, RN, VA-BC. Casey discusses what inspires him most as a Vascular Access Specialist, important issues that are currently underappreciated and offers key recommendations for improving patient outcomes. Watch Now!
Casey Schuller, BSN, RN, VA-BC
Casey is a skilled registered nurse with 17 years of clinical experience in placement of vascular access devices, along with 14 years of clinical experience in a Level 1 trauma center ED. He was a Clinical Educator for 15 years providing education, new product trials/implementations, and device training across the vascular access device portfolio. Casey previously worked on a Rapid/Code/VAT that covered placement of vascular access devices, including IO, arterial catheters, USG PIV, Midline, PICC, CICC, and HD catheters. This nurse-based vascular access team is the first in Michigan/Ohio region to place temporary HD catheters at the bedside. Currently Casey is working full-time on a vascular access team in Toledo, OH, covering insertion of USG PIV, Midlines, PICC (upper and lower extremity), and arterial lines from the neonate to the adult population. He is working towards expanding RN scope of practice to cover all USG vascular access device insertion at any site. Casey is also owner/CNO of Toledo Vascular Access Consultants, LLC; which provides vascular access device insertion to patients/facilities from a private-mobile based VAT.