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Sherry Martin

Sherry Martin, Med, MT joined Health Catalyst in 2014. Before joining Health Catalyst she worked as Vice President, Process Improvement from University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, and worked to fully implement the Clinical Safety and Effectiveness Program before retiring. Sherry served as a University of Texas Fellow for Clinical Effectiveness from 2004 until 20011. Since 2011, Sherry has worked as an independent consultant with organizations to implement improvement courses. She also contracted with the National Quality Center (Health Research Inc) to provide consultative services to Ryan White funded HIV clinics in the US.

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Cherbon VanEtten
Sherry Martin

How to Create Change Agents Who Will Sustain those Hard-earned Healthcare Improvements

Establishing a healthcare improvement initiative is just the first step toward transformation. The real work of improvement lies in sustaining it, which is why qualified change agent are essential to meaningful progress.
Change agents are trained to lead organizations in:

Case for change
Data management
Change management concepts
Cost Benefit Analysis

Health Catalyst’s Accelerated Practices Program gives change agents adaptive leadership training to guide systemwide change within their organizations. They are prepared to meet technical adaptive challenges while keeping teams engaged and productive, and, importantly, to use data analysis to improve quality, cost, and patient satisfaction outcomes.

Bryan Oshiro, MD
John Haughom, MD
Sherry Martin

Introducing the Accelerated Practices (AP) Program: An Innovative Way to Help Health Systems Accelerate and Sustain Outcomes Improvement

We are excited to announce the launch of Health Catalyst University’s Accelerated Practices (AP) Program. This program is a highly immersive, project-based learning experience that healthcare industry experts have spent a lot of time developing. The goal of the program is for participants to leave with the tools and knowledge they need to achieve significant improvements in a short amount of time for their organizations. They will also learn how to communicate the need for change in this new value-based care environment by using data and proven leadership principles.