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Datix appoints James Titcombe OBE as Patient Safety Specialist

Datix has appointed James Titcombe OBE in an advisory capacity as Patient Safety Specialist. James will work alongside the Datix senior management team on the development of the company’s pioneering software platform to help protect patients from harm in the UK and around the world. Formerly a project manager in the nuclear industry, James underwent a career change to become actively involved in patient safety following the tragic loss of his baby son Joshua, in 2008. Most recently, he has been working for the industry regulator the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as National Advisor on Patient Safety, Culture & Quality.

Delighted to welcome James to the team, Jonathan Hazan, Director of Datix said, “James is widely respected in the patient safety community in the UK and I am delighted to have him join our team. His enthusiasm is contagious and his commitment to improving patient safety is inspirational. James will be a real asset to Datix as we work on introducing new products to improve the quality of health and social care, improve patient outcomes and protect patients from harm.”

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