Elom is a National and an International Consultant on Healthcare Quality & Patient Safety. He is one of the WHO Global Experts on Patient Safety, and the Prevention & Management of Falls. He is a conference speaker and a panel of several quality & patient safety conferences.
In Ghana, he has played various roles including supporting the development of the National Quality Strategy; and the National Patient Safety Policy. He also contributed to the development of the Mother-Baby Friendly Health Facility Initiative (MBFHI) training manual which seeks to improve maternal and newborn outcomes. He leads the Quality & Patient Safety program of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH).
Elom has facilitated and trained various categories of healthcare professionals across the continuum of healthcare in various parts of the world.
He is the National Consultant on Quality Improvement (QI) for UNICEF supporting 24 hospitals and health centers in implementing the Mother-Baby Friendly Health Facility Initiative (MBFHI). This seeks to among others apply quality improvement methodologies to improve maternal and neonatal outcomes in the Upper East Region of Ghana.
He has undertaken several operational researches in identifying various opportunities for improvement and contributed to publications in various peer reviewed journals and bulletins. He has also contributed in webinars across the world. He is a Blogger for the International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua).
Elom is a Fellow of International Society of Quality in Healthcare (ISQua) and a Certified Hospital Surveyor (CHS). He is a member of the WHO Global Learning Laboratory on Quality of Care and Universal Health Coverage. He is also a PhD Candidate at the School of Public Health (SPH) of the University of Ghana.