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Cheryl Clark, AHCJ’s topic leader on patient safety, is writing blog posts, tip sheets, articles and gathering resources to help our members cover this important topic.
Cheryl Clark (@CherClarHealth) is AHCJ's core topic leader for patient safety, a MedPage Today contributor and inewsource.org investigative journalist.
For most of 27 years, she covered medicine and science for the San Diego Union-Tribune. After taking a buyout in 2008, she became senior quality editor for HealthLeaders Media, writing about the Affordable Care Act until 2015.
She won the National Institute for Health Care Management’s $10,000 prize for a 2014 magazine article on sepsis and more recently, was honored for a series on a network of diabetes clinics that many researchers and clinicians called a scam.