DO, MPH, currently serves as the Medical Director of the Hospital Interventions
Quality Improvement Organization Support Center and the Hospital Quality
of Care Measures Special Study located at the Oklahoma Foundation for
Medical Quality. In these roles, he provides clinical and technical
support for local and national hospital quality improvement initiatives.
He is a Past President of the American Health Quality Association and
currently serves on the National Advisory Council for the Agency for
Healthcare Research and Quality.
Dr. Bratzler has published and presented locally and nationally on many
occasions on topics related to healthcare quality, particularly related
to improving care for pneumonia, increasing vaccination rates, and reducing
surgical complications. Dr. Bratzler received his Doctor of Osteopathic
Medicine degree at the University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic
Medicine in Kansas City, Missouri, and his Master of Public Health degree
from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center College of Public
Health. He is board certified in internal medicine. Dr. Bratzler is
an adjunct associate professor of health administration and policy at
the University of Oklahoma College of Public Health.