The Organ Donation and Transplantation Alliance yesterday presented its Transformational Leader Award to Nancy Foster, AHA’s vice president for quality and patient safety policy.  
 
“Nancy has served on the board of directors for The Alliance since 2019, and has made an indelible impact on the organization,” said Karri Hopson-Pape, executive director for the Alliance. “With her broad vantage point of national hospital leadership, she has been a dedicated advocate of donation and transplantation — and a champion of driving efficiency and effectiveness in the national system. … With a broad understanding of major trends in healthcare, especially the current state of hospitals and the mindsets of healthcare leadership, she brings the big-picture perspective to our often narrow and niche profession — embodying The Alliance’s commitment to cross-community collaboration.”

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