Joint Commission, NQF Announces 2011 John M. Eisenberg Award Recipients

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The National Quality Forum and The Joint Commission today announced the 2011 recipients of the annual John M. Eisenberg Patient Safety and Quality Awards.

The patient safety awards program, launched in 2002 by NQF and The Joint Commission, honors John M. Eisenberg, MD, former administrator of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Dr. Eisenberg was also one of the founding leaders of NQF and sat on its board of directors.

 

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The honorees, selected in three award categories, include:

Individual Achievement
Kenneth I. Shine, MD — University of Texas

Innovation in Patient Safety and Quality at the National Level
The Society of Hospital Medicine — Philadelphia

Innovation in Patient Safety and Quality at the Local Level
New York-Presbyterian Hospital — New York
Henry Ford Health System — Detroit

Honorary Lifetime Achievement Award
Jerod M. Loeb, Ph., The Joint Commission — Oakbrook Terrace, Il.

For detailed background information on each awardee, click here.

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