Carrie Tuskey, RN, BSN, MHSA, is System Director, Risk Management in the Office of Clinical Quality and Safety at Henry Ford Health System. Carrie is a quality and patient safety professional with over 30 years of leadership in healthcare quality, safety and service. She currently oversees risk and sentinel event investigations, risk trend analysis, and process improvements for patient safety issues, and manages the safety event reporting system. Ms. Tuskey completed a Patient Safety Fellowship with the American Hospital Association (AHA) and National Patient Safety Foundation and is certified in Just Culture investigations. She has participated in the Partnership for Health IT Patient Safety since 2014 and contributed to the development of the ASHRM Pearls on Healthcare Information Technology. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Louisiana State University and a Master of Health Services Administration from the University of Michigan.
Miko Rose, DO, is an assistant professor at the Michigan State University Department of Psychiatry, providing psychiatric services for Federally Qualified Underserved Health Centers throughout Michigan. She serves as a National Board Exam Appointed Faculty, and is Board Certified in Psychiatry by the American Osteopathic Board of Neurology and Psychiatry. Dr. Rose is also the creator and Program Director of “The Joy Initiative,” a project she started at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and College of Osteopathic Medicine schools, where she now teaches formal elective classes on the art of happiness and well-being. She was awarded the SAMHSA American Psychiatric Association Minority Leadership Fellowship Grant, from which she built the foundation to develop emotional resilience, happiness, and mindfulness trainings tailored to the unique needs of medical providers.
Allan Frankel, MD, is a globally recognized high reliability expert who over 3 decades has assessed more than 500 organizations and trained and certified more than 3000 healthcare leaders and managers. Dr. Frankel has designed and led well-published efforts to transform national health systems, national health plans, and integrated care delivery systems in North America, the NHS UK and Scotland, Hong Kong, and the Gulf Region. Dr. Frankel’s career in high reliability has produced serial innovations and contributions to the field, including co-development of the SAQ survey (1994), the AHRQ/SOPS family of surveys (2002), the SCORE High Reliability Assessment Tool (2014); Executive Healthcare WalkRounds (2001); the Global Trigger Tool to measure all cause harm (2003); and LENS High Reliability Management boards (2016). Dr. Frankel serves as a senior advisor for reliability and safety for the NHS UK and Scotland; the Military Health System; Kaiser Permanente; Mayo Clinic and several other leading systems.
Lee M. King, PharmD, has over 20 years of experience in healthcare, holding positions ranging from patient services supervisor to clinical informatics specialist. Dr. King is currently a medication safety officer at Sparrow Health System where he is responsible for leadership through direction and prioritization, medication safety expertise, influencing practice change, research and education.