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Craig Clapper, PE, CQM is the Chief Operating Officer and a founding part- ner of Healthcare Performance Improvement. He has over 20 years experi- ence in nuclear power, transportation, manufacturing, and healthcare. Mr. Clapper has led hundreds of investigations of equipment failures, human er- rors, programmatic deficiencies, organizational breakdowns, and manage- ment effectiveness. He has designed and assisted performance improvement programs for several large organizations. Mr. Clapper also specializes in tech- nology-based approaches for preventing human errors. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Arizona, has a master’s degree in business administration, and is a Certified Quality Manager by the American Society for Quality (ASQ).

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