Dr Carol Barsky, Hackensack University Health Network, New Jersey: "Managin...

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Professor Mary Dixon-Woods, RAND Professor of Health Services Research, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge with Roland Sinker, Chief Executive, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Malcolm Lowe-Lauri, Executive Director, Cambridge University Health Partners, invite you to join them at this talk in Cambridge, UK.

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"Managing demand and maintaining quality in emergency medicine: a view from the US on clinically efficacious flow"

Dr Carol Barsky M.D., M.B.A

Vice President and Chief Quality and Patient Safety Officer of Hackensack University Health Network, New Jersey


About Dr Barsky

Dr. Barsky joined Havensack University Health Network in 2015, and was last year named as one of 50 US experts leading patient safety http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/50-experts-leading-the-field-of-patient-safety-2016/carol-barsky-16. Before taking on her current role, she worked at Yale-New Haven (Conn.) Hospital, where she was Medical Director for Clinical Performance and Associate Chief of Patient Safety and Quality. She trained in emergency medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, and earned an MBA from Yale School of Management. Dr. Barsky has also been the Vice Chair and Medical Director at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. There, she coordinated the hospital's response to 9/11. She also redesigned the hospital's emergency department, overseeing the instillation of New York City’s first completely electronic medical record. Her talk will focus on her experiences of improving health systems.


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