Baltimore Business Journal, April 19, 2013
The Maryland Patient Safety Center has plans to expand its program offering for doctors and hospitals in an effort to reduce its reliance on a state funding. The nonprofit organization is launching new programs for hospitals and expanding its work to include doctor groups, said Robert Imhoff, the center's CEO. The move is an effort to raise more of its budget independently. About half of the center's budget currently comes from the Health Services Cost Review Commission, which works the center's allowance into hospital rates.