William Barron, M.D., was appointed vice president of quality and patient safety and chief quality officer for Boston Medical Center. He was also named director of the Center of Clinical Quality Improvement at Boston University School of Medicine. In this newly created position, Barron, 58, will oversee and manage the medical centers quality- and performance-improvement efforts as well as risk-management, quality-measurement and infection-control functions. Barron most recently served as vice president of quality and patient safety at Loyola University Health System, Maywood, Ill. He was also a professor at the universitys medical school.
Barron, William, M.D.
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