Martin Hatlie, JD

Martin Hatlie, JD

President and CEO – Project Patient Care and Co-Director at MedStar Institute for Quality and Safety

Marty Hatlie is President & CEO for Project Patient Care, a Chicago-based safety and quality improvement coalition dedicated to using the voice of the patient to improve care.  He also serves as Co-Director of the MedStar Institute for Quality & Safety, which integrates open and honest communication strategies, patient and family engagement, research and high reliability organization methods into quality and safety improvement.  He is passionate about advancing the roles patients and families play in improving safety in healthcare advisors and co-creators of solutions.  He has been active for over 25 years in health system transformation work on projects funded by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality and Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute, among others. Hatlie is a founding member of the World Health Organization Patients for Patient Safety network of patient safety advocates in the United States.

 

 

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  • Virtual Live
September 12, 2022
We have made progress on a culture of safety, but that may have been undone by the incident involving the former Vanderbilt University Medical Center nurse criminally prosecuted and found criminally liable for a fatal drug error in 2017. While individual accountability is important, more so are the systems that should be put in place to make safety achievable and sustainable. During this session, a panel of experts will discuss the case, and the impact it has had on culture of safety. The session will focus on how individuals working in healthcare quality and safety play a role in ensuring the right structures, process, and systems and leadership are in place to avoid these situations in the first place. You will leave this session with takeaways to contribute to the design and delivery of a safe care system.  
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