In addition to her work with PULSE of New York, a grassroots patient safety advocacy group formed in 1997, Ms. Corina is a board member of the Joint Commission and the National Patient Safety Foundation, and was recognized as one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare in 2009 by Modern Healthcare. “Ilene Corina is a dynamic and engaging speaker who brings passion and purpose to her work,” stated Amy Wilson-Stronks, a Director with NCIHC. “A tireless advocate, Ilene is dedicated to patient safety by creating more informed patients. Her session will activate participants to think differently about patient safety by drawing on her personal and professional experience advocating for patients.”
NCIHC, a multidisciplinary organization whose mission is to promote and enhance language access in health care in the United States, formalized in 1998 after a series of working group meetings that began in 1994. Since then, NCIHC has organized an annual gathering of hospital administrators, policymakers, researchers, healthcare providers, language access advocates, interpreters, and interpreter educators from around the nation. The two day event consists of interactive and structured information sharing, networking, and brainstorming discussions as well as time for informal focused meetings throughout the event. The theme for the 8th Annual NCIHC Membership Meeting is “Engage, Empower, Evolve: Enhancing Partnerships to Advance Language Access.”
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