Karen Wolk Feinstein in Pittsburgh Business Times Discussing Activist Philanthropy, Reducing Medical Error

On September 16, the Pittsburgh Business Times published an interview with Jewish Healthcare Foundation (JHF) CEO and president Karen Wolk Feinstein, PhD on activist philanthropy and JHF's efforts to reduce medical errors.

In the piece, Dr. Feinstein outlines how JHF and the Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative are tackling the twin crises of patient safety and healthcare workforce burnout by working to accelerate development of autonomous technology solutions – relying in-part on Pittsburgh's advanced expertise and capabilities in AI and machine learning – and working to establish a National Patient Safety Board, an independent, non-punitive government agency to promote patient and worker safety.

"I believe it is a privilege that we get to work on the trickiest problems," Dr. Feinstein said of the foundation and its operating arms. "We have a voice, we have resources, we can make a difference in some big issues that maybe others don't want to take on."

Read more and watch the Executive Insights interview video here. 

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