WHO WE ARE
Transparent Health works with health care delivery systems, consumers, government leaders, legislators, educators and other national and international patient safety and quality organizations to advance the concepts of an open, honest and transparent approach to the prevention of, and response to, patient harm. Transparent Health expands the knowledge of all health care providers and patients through outcome-based, educational training programs targeted at reducing medical errors, lowering risk, restoring patient trust, and improving patient outcomes.

Our mission, vision, and values:

MISSION
With an approach based on the principles of honesty, transparency and social responsibility we will provide health care organizations, care providers, educators, administrators, risk managers and consumers the information, tools and learning methods necessary for preventing patient harm and responding to harm in an open and honest way when it occurs.

VISION
To become the world’s most trusted, innovative, and effective educational consultant group dedicated to the prevention of patient harm through the use of a principled, honest and transparent response to unexpected patient events.

VALUES

  • We will be zealous advocates for fully transparent health care delivery systems throughout the world.
  • We will work with health care delivery systems, consumers, government leaders, legislators, educators and other national and international patient safety and quality organizations to advance the concepts of an open, honest, and transparent approach to the prevention of and response to patient harm.
  • We will listen to and partner with patients and families who choose to share their stories with us and provide a means for the dissemination of the lessons learned from those stories to improve health care throughout.
  • We will hold all of our communications with patients, families and providers in the utmost confidence.
  • We will use validated, evidenced-based methodologies for educating and training organizations, providers and patients about the prevention of patient harm and will constantly strive to improve the methods we use to disseminate this information.