Ms. Eleanor Fitall is a Research Associate at IMPAQ International with eight years of experience conducting research and providing consultative services in patient safety and quality improvement initiatives and policy.
Ms. Fitall specializes in the design and implementation of patient safety and quality improvement initiatives in a variety of settings. Additionally, she has substantial experience in the review of state and national policy, specifically as related to quality improvement and value-based care incentives.
Ms. Fitall is currently working for the National Coordinating Center of the Partnership for Patients (CMS). She also has consulted with a number of hospitals, professional societies, patient advocacy groups, and life science manufacturers on the implementation of patient safety and quality improvement initiatives.
Prior to joining IMPAQ, Ms. Fitall was a Senior Manager in the Center for Healthcare Transformation at Avalere Health.
Ms. Fitall earned her MPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, with a certificate in Quality, Patient Safety & Outcomes Research.
Pratt, K.J., Fitall, E., Papoutsakis, C., Dittlof, M. & Everett, W. (2018). Use of an Interdisciplinary Tool to Help Hospital Care Teams Identify and Address Malnutrition Care Gaps. Presentation at the Society for Medical Decisionmaking Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC, Canada.