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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!"

CareHero Awards - CareMoms™, CareDads, and Caregivers:

We seek stories of CareMoms, CareDads, and caregivers who have undertaken heroic efforts to prevent healthcare and hospital accidents in their communities. Heros take risks to do something for others. We are going to recognize moms, dads, grandparents, sons, daughters, and caregivers who are great role models we can aspire to emulate.

Submit a Story:

Stories are powerful. They unify the heart and the head to move the feet to action. They spread virally through the lips of those who are inspired. We want people in communities to submit stories to this website so that we can recognize great efforts, include them in our future documentaries, and provide them to leaders who do not believe that we can change and transform care to be safer and more compassionate. Please submit your story or stories you know of so that we can recognize your heroes and include them in our work.


We will have at least 12 awards ranging from $1,000 to $10,000. The winners will be flown to Los Angeles, CA, where they will receive their awards presented by Dennis Quaid and the TMIT team in March 2013.

Award Submission Deadline:

All submissions must be made by December 31, 2012. Early submissions will be considered for our next documentaries, so submit early! We are shooting them now!

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