Yale New Haven taps 1st-ever chief quality officer

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Yale New Haven (Conn.) Health appointed Steven Choi, MD, its inaugural chief quality officer.

Dr. Choi comes to Yale New Haven from New York City-based Montefiore Health System, where he served in several leadership roles including as assistant vice president and executive director of the Montefiore Institute for Performance Improvement.

Dr. Choi completed his critical care fellowship at University of Southern California School of Medicine/Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

In his new role, Dr. Choi will oversee and lead Yale New Haven Health's safety and quality agenda across all inpatient and ambulatory sites.

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