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Meredith Hurston
Medicine X ePatient Advisor

About Me

Meredith Hurston is a QA Technologist and Patient Safety Data Coordinator for the Department of Pathology at Johns Hopkins. In this role, she coordinates and displays department quality and performance improvement indicators to internal committees and throughout the institution. Meredith also facilitates the department QA workgroup meetings and presents to senior level administrators and providers in the departmental performance improvement meeting. Other responsibilities include review, investigation and analysis of pathology-related patient safety events reported through the health system's electronic event reporting system. She serves as the division liaison to Emergent Action Team Committee and Patient ID Taskforce. Her role also includes monitoring of laboratory compliance with regulatory standards and national patient safety goals through self-inspection. This responsibility includes performing CAP peer inspection of clinical laboratory operations at other Johns Hopkins Medicine entities and outside institutions. Meredith is also currently pursuing Green Belt certification for Lean Sigma.

In addition to her primary role, Meredith concurrently owns M Squared Healthcare Consulting Agency, under which she operates The Empowered Mocha Patient Blog as an online healthcare resource for the African-American Community.

At Medicine X 2015

Thursday, September 24 9:40 am (Quadrus Anteroom)
Learning Lab on Patient engagement techniques for your toolkit
This learning lab will focus on techniques that prompt patients and families to become more active instead of passive participants in their healthcare. There will be brief discussion of how this positively... Read more
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