Our mission: Improve the safety of health care in Massachusetts

Our motivation: Patients like Betsy Lehman

Nearly 25 years ago, Betsy Lehman, a reporter and mother of two young girls, was battling breast cancer. While in the hospital, her care team made a series of fatal mistakes, giving her four times the intended dose of a powerful chemotherapy drug. Her death at age 39 catalyzed a national movement to improve patient safety.

While progress has been made, surveys show that between 20-25 percent of Massachusetts residents have experienced a medical error. In honor of Betsy and every patient, we are raising awareness and advancing strategies to improve the safety of health care in the Commonwealth and beyond.

Our story

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Job opening!

We are hiring a senior program manager to lead new initiatives.

Apply via the website of our sister agency, CHIA, here.