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Introducing the Next-Gen Patient Safety Organization


Eliminating avoidable harm is a problem that we can and need to solve. The journey to become highly reliable at producing meaningful and sustainable outcomes improvements requires organizations to maximize their investments in safety.

Safety improvements are the result of people, and process changes with data-driven insights as the underlying secret ingredient, but most PSOs are missing this tight integration between the three. Does your PSO? 

Wednesday, November 28
1:00-2:00 PM EST

Join us for a special webinar announcing the next generation Health Catalyst Patient Safety Organization (HC PSO) and learn why coupling it with the Health Catalyst Patient Safety Monitor™ Suite—built by patient safety experts for patient safety experts—is such an important differentiator. Leading the product announcement are two experts in patient safety, Michael Barton and Elaine St. James. They will discuss the following:

  • Importance of active safety surveillance and analysis to discover safety vulnerabilities that are often overlooked.
  • Operational efficiency and organizational risk avoidance available by hosting together the safety analytics and HC PSO. 
  • Effective safety governance and application of safety best practices that will improve outcomes in a measurable, and sustainable way.
  • Integration of analytics, and benchmarking from a health care Data Operating System (DOS).


Implementation of an active trigger surveillance tool into your existing system is just one step on your safety journey. Eliminating preventable harm requires commitment to change, organizational buy-in and a number of key components that will be discussed in this webinar.

We hope that you will join us.

Michael Barton
Michael Barton - Senior Vice President, Patient Safety Operations, Health Catalyst and Associate Professor, Clinical Adjunct, University of Utah College of Pharmacy


Michael Barton is a Pharmacist by profession and has been primarily focused on patient safety for over 25 years. At Health Catalyst, Michael has served in roles in Professional Services and Product Development, most recently joining the leadership team of the Health Catalyst Patient Safety Organization in June, to continue his career long pursuit of improvement of patient safety and care quality.

Elaine St. James
Elaine St. James, BSN, RN, CPHQ - Patient Safety Services, Health Catalyst

Elaine St. James has health care experience of over 30 years spanning critical care nursing, nursing management, clinical risk management, quality improvement, patient safety, ethics and mediation. Elaine’s passion is partnering with clients to enable outcomes improvements. Patient Safety Services focuses on Patient Safety Monitor™ implementation and adoption, leading to organizational learning, collaboration and patient safety governance.