Announcements

  • HRM Week 2019

    Join the American Society for Health Care Risk Management in celebrating HRM Week, June 17-21, 2019. This week is time to show your appreciation for the work that risk management and patient safety professionals do to ensure that patients receive safe and trusted health care.

    This year’s theme is Leaders in Safe and Trusted Health Care. The theme celebrates the achievement of all health care risk management professionals; and highlights their leadership in advancing patient safety, reducing uncertainty and maximizing value across the health care enterprise.
  • Innovations in Patient Safety for Primary Care: Engaging Patients and Families

    Patient safety events result in tens of thousands of adverse outcomes; and billions of dollars in excess costs each year. Health care organizations are making great strides in focusing on patient safety and reducing the risks associated with adverse outcomes. This sponsored webinar will explore the building blocks needed for a best-practice patient safety approach, as well as how to move from a reactive to a proactive approach.
  • Create a Best Practice Safety Measurement Standard

    This webinar will discuss the common challenges around effectively measuring patient safety and share best practices for establishing and implementing an effective safety tracking and improvement process.
  • Patient Safety Starts with Meaningful Performance Measurement

    Free webinar! Health care providers can improve the pace and range of improvement in patient safety with meaningful performance measurements. An institutional culture that is open to incidence discovery is not enough to meet the responsibility providers have to helping ensure the safe delivery of care. This webinar will examine the foundational elements required for sustainable safety improvements. Sponsored by Quantros. No CE available.
  • Cybersecurity: Protecting Your Organization from the Dreaded Breach

    Through this presentation, attendees will be educated on some of the most important aspects in protecting their organization from a data breach. The presenters will provide high-level training on cybersecurity, including what data should be protected, the costs associated with a breach, what hackers and cyber-criminals typically seek, and the types of cyber schemes utilized to obtain data. Additionally, the presenters will review types of security policies that can be implemented to protect the organization, including critical components that must be outlined in those policies. Lastly, the presenters will discuss the development of an incident response plan, how to handle and manage third-party service provider or business associate agreements, and the creation of an employee training policy.