Hala Durrah

Independent patient family engagement consultant and nationally recognized advocate.

Hala Durrah, MTA, is an independent patient family engagement consultant and nationally recognized advocate.  Her passion for patient family engagement work stems from her experience as a mother of a chronically ill child who has undergone two liver transplants and a bone marrow transplant.  As an expert in patient partnership and engagement, she serves as a consultant on a number of projects focused on patient centered measurement, quality improvement, patient safety, health equity, child health, healthcare transformation, health IT, patient partnered research, and patient experience. She serves on a number of national committees and boards, most recently being elected to American Board of Emergency Medicine as their first public member director.  Ms. Durrah recently founded Patient Advocates Transforming Healthcare (PATH), a diverse coalition of independent patient/family/caregiver/community engagement leaders seeking to transform healthcare through our collective experiences and expertise.  This passionate group of leaders seeks to reimagine healthcare and create an equitable role for patients, families, caregivers and communities.



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