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This website has been designed to support a grassroots effort to engage our community CFOs – Chief Family Officers who can rally and support their local hospitals to win the war on healthcare harm and prevent healthcare accidents.

More than 70% of healthcare decisions are made by women in our communities. One in four Americans is a caregiver of someone else and 80% of the caregivers are women. Mothers and Grandmothers play a vital role to ensure family safety.

As a smaller community force, there are many Dads who we call CareDads. They are also taking the lead for their family's health and wellbeing. We will serve them through our programs as well.

Our calling is to serve families by saving lives, saving money, and creating value in our communities at this critical time in history. We KNOW we can help equip this major force for good…our CFOs and CareMoms.

In the words of Sue Sheridan, "We need to celebrate and acknowledge the power and profound commitment of Moms because I have witnessed it and lived it. I am proud to be a 'care momma.' And although we are fierce, courageous, and unstoppable, we are also graceful, poised, wise, and savvy. Watch out!"

 

TMIT Wants Your Stories:

TMIT documentaries such as Chasing Zero: Winning the War on Healthcare Harm and Surfing the Healthcare Tsunami: Bring Your Best Board (as seen on the Discovery Channel) focus on healthcare accidents and how to fix the systems failures that cause them, and the roles that governance leaders from communities and citizens play to drive action.

If you have a compelling story about an adverse event that happened to you or a member of your family, a hero story about a CareDad or CareMom who improved care in his or her community, or a story about the heroic behavior of a caregiver that you would like to share, please complete the form below.

At this time, you only need to write a short story summary. Let us know briefly:

  1. Who are the characters in the story? (You do not need to use their names.)
  2. What happened? What was the adverse or heroic event?
  3. What were the behaviors that saved patients from harm, or that caused harm?
  4. What was the final outcome?
  5. What was the lesson learned from the story?

If we choose to highlight your story in a future movie, we will contact you for further information and more detail. In order to maintain confidentiality, please do not use the names of care facilities or caregivers.

We will not be able to use everyone's story, because many of the stories will be similar. We plan to highlight a number of stories that are compelling and representative of healthcare accidents with lessons to be learned, and of the heroic behaviors of the great people who prevent harm: consumers and caregivers.

Thank you.


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Maximum story length is 4,000 characters. If your submission is
longer than 4,000 characters, please break it into multiple submissions.



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