As the current Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Patient Safety, Dr. Charles Denham is compensated in
the amount of $7,500 annually by the journal's publisher, Wolters Kluwer Health (operating as Medical
Research/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins). In addition, a 5% royalty net on cash collections for all
subscription revenues directly related to publication of the Journal in print or electronic form
is paid to Dr. Denham. Dr. Denham donates all monies that are received from services provided to Wolters
Kluwer Health, and all honoraria from speaking nationally, to TMIT's Patient Advocate and Champion Fund.
The monies are used to support direct expenses of patient advocates and champions who are involved in patient
safety initiatives nationally through and with TMIT. Special issues of the Journal of Patient Safety
are funded by TMIT with donations to the Denham Family Fund.
The documentary Chasing Zero: Winning the War on Healthcare Harm was partially funded by CareFusion Corporation
and HCC Corporation, an affiliate of TMIT that was a contractor to CareFusion. TMIT and HCC are no longer
affiliated in any way with CareFusion. The documentary was in no way a commercial venture and was provided
for free to the general public, as are associated toolboxes. DVDs are provided at cost, and if there is any
excess revenue generated by providing them, it is expended in DVD copies given away at national meetings.
The documentary Surfing the Healthcare Tsunami: Bring Your Best Board was partially funded by General Electric
Corporation and the Denham Family Fund with some in-kind support by HCC Corporation, an affiliate of TMIT that
is a contractor to General Electric. The documentary was in no way a commercial venture, and will be provided
for free to the general public, as will associated toolboxes. DVDs will be provided at cost, and if there is
any excess revenue generated by providing them, it will be expended in DVD copies given away at national meetings.