Mort is senior vice president of quality and safety and chief quality officer at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She is a primary care physician with clinical interests in women's heath, prevention and chronic disease management.
Campbell is chief quality officer and a family physician at Mayo Clinic Health System in Rochester, Minn.
Pronovost is vice president for patient safety and quality and director of the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore.
Cherry is chief medical and quality officer for UCLA Health System, where he leads quality improvement efforts across the entire health system.
Deyling is chief quality officer at Cleveland Clinic, chairman of Regional Operations, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland Clinic Board of Governors and executive director, Cleveland Clinic Allied Health Education.
Kachalia is chief quality officer at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston, where he also practices as an academic hospitalist on the hospital wards with medical students and residents.
Ting is chief quality officer at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, where he oversees the hospital's clinical quality and patient safety initiatives.
Sehgal is a professor of medicine, the associate chair for quality improvement and patient safety in the Department of Medicine, and the director of the UCSF Institute for Physician Leadership.
Sullivan is vice president of quality and patient safety at the University of Pennsylvania Health System. She is responsible for clinical effectiveness and quality improvement efforts across the health system,
Lynch is chief medical officer at Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University, St. Louis. He is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine and critical care medicine.
Barnard is vice president of quality at Northwestern Memorial HealthCare in Chicago. She is responsible for clinical quality management/Improvement, patient safety, risk management, infection prevention, patient engagement, patient experience, regulatory and accreditation compliance and medical ethics.
Birnbaum, senior vice president and vice dean, chief of hospital operations at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York City, is responsible for ensuring the highest quality and safety of patient care and fully integrating the operations of all patient care activity.
Minnier is chief quality officer for University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. She coordinates the activities of more than 20 hospitals, 3,200 physicians, 2 million health plan enrollees and international hospital sites in Ireland, Italy and Singapore.