Dr. Moza Alishaq, Ph.D, MNs, MSc, DipHM, DipHR, DipBE, DipIPC, RN, BSN
Executive Director, Clinical Transformation,
Corporate Quality Patient Safety Program
Since finishing her doctorate in 2009 at Indiana University in the United States (US), Dr. Moza Alishaq has been involved in several training programs on patient safety, healthcare risk management and root cause analysis. She has also taught fellow healthcare workers aspects related to risk management, quality tools and models for improvement and healthcare transformation. Previously in 2009 at HMC she was appointed Assistant Executive Director of Risk Management and Patient Safety. In 2015 Dr Alishaq she was promoted to Executive Director of Clinical Transformation, Corporate Quality and Patient Safety.
In 2009 she was selected as one of the outstanding academic achievers at the Education Excellence Day and awarded a Platinum Medal by His Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani. Dr. Alishaq was also awarded the National Deans List which honors outstanding college students in the US for demonstrating high standards of academic excellence, community leadership and positive performance. She also holds a Diplomas in Human Resources, Healthcare Leadership and Management, Business Management and Entrepreneurship, Healthcare and Infection Control.
Dr. Alishaq is an IHI Improvement Advisor as well as being a Partners Healthcare International Fellow and is on the faculty for the IHI fellowship at HMC. She is a member at APIC and ASHRM and chairs a number of committees within HMC including the Home Healthcare Service Infection Control Committee, and Corporate Quality Council.
Dr. Alishaq was instrumental in developing related to patient safety, healthcare transformation, risk management and its risk assessment and register and is an instructor for the HMC Microsystem Coaching Program. She is especially proud of her role in improving the quality of care and patient safety on reducing CAUTI and VAP in HMC ICUs which has a positive impact for reducing the length of stay, created cost efficiencies and reduced morbidity.
Her research focus is on work complexity for healthcare providers and the link between complexity and care delivery systems, implementation of change in systems and patient safety, how to implement risk assessment for improving quality care and safety.