The Patient Safety Movement Foundation presented pediatric hospitalist Patrick Conway, MD, MSc, SFHM, with one of its 2016 Humanitarian Awards. The honor recognizes “life-saving achievement” in patient safety and efforts to “improve quality, affordability, access, and health outcomes,” according to a press release.
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