Kyle Sweet was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Collaborative for Accountability and Improvement, a program of the University of Washington College of Medicine. CAI is developing Communication Resolution Programs to be implemented in hospitals throughout the world. CRP’s seek to have structures for health care institutions to recognize and disclose when care results in patient harm and provide resources to both patients and their families as well as the care givers who live with these traumatic events. CAI is committed to not only reducing incidences of patient harm but also to best deal with all those touched by these incidences. CAI’s Board of Directors is comprised of thought leaders from some of the world’s most prestigious institutions, such as Johns Hopkins, Stanford, University of Texas and large health delivery systems such as Allhegeny Health Network, OregonPatient Safety Commission, industry advocacy groups, insurance claims professionals, patient family advocates and one plaintiff attorney and one defense attorney. Kyle is the only defense attorney on the Board. CAI met for an intense Board retreat in Seattle at the University of Washington.



We have extensive trial experience and a trial preparation process structured to benefit from the perspectives of our junior members while growing their knowledge base.


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