Jason Boulanger is a Senior Program Director for Patient Safety and also serves as Director of the Grants program.

Jason is the patient safety liaison for the following organizations: Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Brigham & Women’s Faulkner Hospital, Newton Wellesley Hospital, Mount Auburn Hospital, MIT Health Services, Harvard University Health Services, Harvard School of Pubic Health, Harvard School of Dental Medicine.

Jay Boulanger

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Jason Boulanger contributed to this content.

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    Hospitals seeking to understand patient safety strengths and vulnerabilities in the context of mergers/acquisitions benefit more from a third-party perspective than from a limited internal process. CRICO’s Risk Assessment Unit has access to a rich body of work to help articulate identified factors and by which to frame improvement recommendations.
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    Case Study
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    The Patient Safety Adoption Framework: A Practical Framework to Bridge the Know-Do Gap

    CRICO Grants
    Many patient safety initiatives fail to be adopted and implemented, even when proven effective. This creates the well-recognized know-do gap—which occurs when health care workers know what should be done based on evidence vs. what takes place in practice. To address this issue, CRICO funded the development of a patient safety adoption framework and had it evaluated by leaders in quality and safety. The framework and its findings were published online in the Journal of Patient Safety in April 2023.
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