Terry has been active in the renal industry in a variety of capacities for over thirty years. She is active in outcomes research and disease management for renal disease and chronic kidney disease patients. She is also a dedicated patient advocate and member of the KHI Patient and Family Council along with AAKP and Dialysis Patient Citizens. Her husband Bill who recently passed away celebrated 46 years of renal replacement therapy and was one of the earliest dialysis patients in the U.S. Terry Foust Litchfield joined Lifeline Vascular Access from the beginning and currently serves as Vice President of Clinical Operations.
A founding member of ASDIN, Terry’s areas of expertise focus on renal care, vascular access program development, design and reporting as well as implementation of disease management programs with outcomes research for validation. Her role as Vice President Clinical Operations with Lifeline Vascular Access gives Terry a unique insight into the changes of the current healthcare environment related to renal disease treatment. As a family member of both a dialysis patient and with a child awaiting an organ transplant she has a unique perspective on how impactful patients can be in improving outcomes.