Dr. Oren Guttman is a practicing Associate Professor of Anesthesiology in the Sidney Kimmel College of Medicine, with an MBA from the University of Tennessee Haslam School of Business. He is a national expert on Patient Safety and High Reliability Organizing principles and practice. He is a member of the renowned Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation (APSF), a published author, with a national voice on topics related to Patient Safety, including Diagnostic Errors and medical decision making, and team training. He has consulted on Patient Safety and High Reliability for a broad variety of organizations, such as the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ), the American Hospital Association (AHA), Medline, Aramark, the Illinois Hospital Association (IHA), SSM Healthcare system, and others,
Dr. Guttman currently serves as the Chief Quality and Safety Officer for Abington and Lansdale Hospitals. In this capacity, Dr. Guttman utilizes an integrated leadership model that incorporates human factors, ergonomics, design thinking, resiliency engineering, and change management principles to engage senior leadership, partner collaboratively with mid-level managers, and inspire frontline teams to advance more resilient and reliable healthcare delivery. 
Dr. Guttman also serves as the Enterprise Vice President for High Reliability & Patient Safety for the Jefferson Health System. He is the chief architect of Jefferson Health’s Safety Management System. In this capacity, Dr. Guttman is leading the institutions patient safety transformation and integration efforts with regards to safety science and human factors & system engineering integration into series safety event analysis, ergonomic design and deployment of an enterprise approach to event reporting, failure mode and effects analysis, just culture, and preventable harm focused improvement operations and tactics.