URAC, the nation’s most complete health care accrediting body, announced that its President and CEO, Shawn Griffin, MD has been named again as a member of the National Quality Foundation (NQF) Leadership Consortium. The Consortium convenes a variety of health care leaders to address emerging issues in health care through an approach that is both strategic and action oriented. Leadership Consortium members use their shared expertise to prioritize issues with a unique opportunity to pilot promising solutions in an Implementation Collaborative.
“It’s a true honor to be able to serve with this esteemed group of leaders for another term in addressing the most pressing issues that face our health care system today and into the future,” said Dr. Griffin. “NQF is performing a vital role by convening this group.”
About the NQF Leadership Consortium
The Leadership Consortium is a prestigious and exclusive forum of multistakeholder health care experts representing NQF Member Organizations, where they share their collective thought leadership to identify actionable strategies to improve health care quality and drive lasting change in key areas. The group’s guidance informs the direction of NQF programs and drives improvement across health care. Learn more about the Consortium here.
About National Quality Forum
The National Quality Forum (NQF) works with members of the healthcare community to drive measurable health improvements together. NQF is a not-for-profit, membership-based organization that gives all healthcare stakeholders a voice in advancing quality measures and improvement strategies that lead to better outcomes and greater value. Learn more at www.qualityforum.org.