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Jonathan G. Bae, MD, CPPS

Chief Quality Officer, Duke University Hospital, Associate Chief Medical Officer, Duke University Health System, Associate Professor of Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine
Jonathan G. Bae, MD, CPPS

Jonathan Bae, MD, CPPS serves as the Chief Quality Officer for Duke University Hospital, Associate Chief Medical Officer for Patient Safety and Clinical Quality for Duke University Health System and Associate Professor of Medicine for Duke University School of Medicine. Bae leads several health system quality programs including safety, survival improvement, and publicly reported reputation programs — as well as leading strategic planning efforts for quality of the clinical enterprise.

As Chief Quality Officer for Duke University Hospital, Bae is responsible for the overall clinical direction, leadership, and operational management of quality and safety programs. Bae's key areas of focus are reducing inpatient mortality, enhancing patient safety, hospital-based performance improvement, and improving workforce well-being.

Prior to his current role, Bae has served in several key roles in quality improvement and patient safety including, Medical Director for Mortality and Quality Review, Associate Medical Director for Quality for Hospital Medicine, and Chief Medical Resident for the Medicine Residency Program. 

Bae received his B.S. from Duke University and his MD from the Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University. He completed his Medicine and Pediatrics training at Duke University Medical Center. 

Bae is originally from Ellicott City, Maryland and currently lives with his wife and his two sons in Cary, NC.