Fairview Park Hospital Welcomes New Vice President of Quality and Patient Safety
Tuesday, June 12th, 2018
Fairview Park Hospital is proud to welcome Kofi Cash as the new Vice President of Quality and Patient Safety at Fairview Park Hospital in Dublin, Georgia. In his new role, Cash will be responsible for quality, performance improvement, infection control, sepsis prevention, patient safety, accreditation, risk management, core measures chart abstraction, and medical staff peer review.
“I am very pleased to have Kofi join the Fairview Park Hospital team,” said Dr. George Harrison, Chief Medical Officer at Fairview Park Hospital. “Kofi brings a strong healthcare background, record of achievement, and business acumen that I know will enable us to continue to achieve top performance in key quality metrics.”
Cash has over 15 years of experience in several diverse markets across the country. Prior to Fairview Park Hospital, Cash was the Corporate Director of Provider Engagement and Clinical Integration at HealthNow, a non-profit regional payer for both the Buffalo and Albany (NY) markets. He has worked with prominent systems such as: Henry Ford Health, Trinity Health, Sutter Health and LifePoint Health. Cash is certified in healthcare quality, hospital risk management, and patient safety. He is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).
Cash has a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a master’s degree in Healthcare Systems and Improvement from Dartmouth Medical School – The Institute of Health Policy and Clinical Practice in Hanover, NH.
Cash is originally from Massachusetts and has two younger siblings. He is married to Dr. Karen Cash, a clinical pharmacist. They are proud owners of a spirited french bulldog named Jazz.