PPAHS very much appreciates the assistance of the following advisors in helping us with our three key initiatives to improve patient safety and health outcomes — alarm fatigue, blood clots, and patient monitoring. Each of these advisors is passionate about improving patient safety and is an expert in their various fields and their experience, knowledge and advice are absolutely invaluable to us as we look to continue to advance these critical patient safety initiatives:

We would like to thank Debbie Fox MBA, RRT-NPS (formerly Director, Respiratory Therapy, Wesley Medical Center) for serving on our advisory board and, especially, for her great and tireless passion for improving patient safety. We wish you well in your retirement after 40 years!

Titles and organizations, with whom advisors are affiliated, have been identified for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as an endorsement of or support by such organization to PPAHS or the viewpoints communicated by the advisor.

4 thoughts on “Board of Advisors

  1. Annette Smith

    A multiple code blue took place on September 9, 2012. While one patient was being attended to, the other patient went UN-monitored. That patient went for longer that a patient should without oxygen. As a result, he sustained brain damage, paralysis, went into a coma and subsequently died. There is proof in his medical records, that he went for two hours UN-monitored right before his code. This was a period where early warning signs could have been caught. There is also evidence of at least eight hours of missing mount sheets, before the code. I have asked for evidence of the machines working properly, to no avail. Why didn’t they know there was a second code? Did the machines go off? Were they working properly? Could they have been muted? Was he connected properly? I need your help…

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