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Suzanne Henry

Policy Analyst

Suzanne Henry
Suzanne Henry is the Safe Patient Project campaign Policy Analyst. She is responsible for doing research and tracking state legislation on patient safety issues, including drug safety, medical errors, doctor accountability and hospital infections. She works closely with patient activists with state and federal lobbying. Suzanne was previously the campaign organizer for the www.stophospitalinfections.org campaign and was responsible for communicating and coordinating with state activists on legislative lobbying and media outreach. The multi-state project seeks to reduce hospital-acquired infections by raising public awareness and requiring public disclosure of hospital infection rates. The campaign has helped initiated infection reporting legislation in 43 states, 27 of which now have passed into law. Prior to joining the Safe Patient Project Suzanne worked on insurance and low income housing policy issues.

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Consumer Reports Releases Investigative Report on Drug Pricing

After intensive investigation into the driving forces behind drug pricing , CR uncovered five key reasons consumers are seeing their costs skyrocket.

California doctors on probation as of 4-26-16

Healthcare-Associated Infections in Pennsylvania 2014 Report

Alaska Rated Among Worst In Nation For Failing to Keep Patients Informed About Bad Doctors

From a review of state medical board websites.

Arkansas Rated Among Worst In Nation For Failing to Keep Patients Informed About Bad Doctors

From a review of state medical board websites.

Rhode Island Rated Among Worst In Nation For Failing to Keep Patients Informed About Bad Doctors

From a review of state medical board websites.

Mississippi Rated Worst In Nation For Failing to Keep Patients Informed About Bad Doctors

From a review of state medical board websites.

Indiana Rated Among Worst In Nation For Failing to Keep Patients Informed About Bad Doctors

From a review of state medical board websites.

Montana Rated Among Worst In Nation For Failing to Keep Patients Informed About Bad Doctors

From a review of state medical board websites.

Wyoming Rated Among Worst In Nation For Failing to Keep Patients Informed About Bad Doctors

From a review of state medical board websites.