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Lisa Morisse 

Patient Advisor

Lisa Morrise has three grown children who had special needs, including her youngest, Skyler, who has had 46 surgeries for numerous procedures. Lisa graduated from the University of Kansas with B.S., Journalism, and M.A., Broadcast Management degrees, and now serves as the Executive Director for Consumers Advancing Patient Safety (CAPS). Lisa has lobbied for pediatric palliative care, served on the Governing Board of Salt Lake’s early intervention program (DDI Vantage), was a member of the State of Utah Early Intervention Board, and served on the Primary Children’s Hospital Family Advisory Council, which she co-chaired and facilitated. She is a content expert in Patient and Family Engagement implementation and in Person- and Family-Centered Care and has presented extensively on these and related topics.

Lisa produced the 2015 CAPS Signature Series, 2019 Perspectives trainings, and 2021-2022 Restarting and Energizing PFACs series, available from Consumers Advancing Patient Safety. Lisa serves on the PFCC Measures Committee for the National Quality Forum and is a member of the NCQA Clinical Practices Committee. In 2021, Lisa co-chaired the NQF Action Team on Patient-Centered Medication Management. Lisa contributes to two of the Patient Safety Movement Foundations’ Actionable Patient Safety Solutions (APSS) committees, including as co-chair of the Mental Health APPS committee. She has worked as an Adjunct Professor and taught Media Management for Brigham Young University and Communications for other local Universities.

Lisa Morisse 
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