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Tejal Ghandi, MD, MPH, CPPS

Chief Safety and Transformation Officer, Press Ganey


Since the 1999 release of the Institute of Medicine’s report, To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System, safe medical care has been spotlighted as a priority in the nation’s healthcare systems.

Even before that, Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy worked to improve patient outcomes.

We do this by:

  • Encouraging people to be better prepared as patients
  • Understanding how medical errors happen
  • Understanding how patient and family engagement can help prevent unplanned outcomes of care.


The Current Landscape of Patient Safety: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going will be packed with information and dynamic discussions from expert presenters.


Join us as we explore the potential of the patient safety movement in the years to come and how to navigate the future in our roles as patients and advocates.

Symposium Co-Chairs 2023

Helen Haskell – Co-chair

Since the medical error death of her young                                                            son Lewis in 2000,  Helen Haskell has worked to bring the patient’s voice to healthcare safety and quality. She is president of the American nonprofit patient organizations Mothers Against Medical Error and Consumers Advancing Patient Safety, and senior fellow of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. She is former co-chair of the WHO Patients for Patient Safety Advisory Group, and a recently retired member of the board of directors of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and the board of advisors of the International Society for Rapid Response Systems.


Robin Moulder, MBA, RN, BSN, CPHQ – Co-chair

Robin Moulder is a Distinguished Advisor to Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy.  She is Senior Manager in the Division of Quality & Safety, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York and has served in nursing for over 30 years.  She began her career in acute care then transitioned into home infusion therapy, holding various clinical coordination and administrative positions in quality & staff education.  She volunteered for 7 years as Co-Chair of the  MSKCC Patient Safety Advisory Council , then in 2012, joined MSKCC’s team full time. Robin has been credentialed as a CPHQ for over 20 years and is a certified Six Sigma Green Belt.