Healthcare industry is more vulnerable to mistakes and errors than any other industry and these mistakes can cost patients their lives.
As concerns grow about reducing liability, healthcare organizations need strategies for reducing errors and establishing a safe environment for patients and employees. Having healthcare professionals trained in Healthcare Risk Management is becoming more and more necessary in organizations as patient safety and reduced costs are a big part of the focus in healthcare today.
The workshop is designed to prepare working professionals in healthcare to understand Risk Management concepts and prepare them to register and process risks in their respective areas
- Reduce risk in your work place
- Improve patient safety
- Reduce the number of patient claims
- Help your facility keep malpractice costs down
Participants will learn:
- Demonstrate understanding on the System thinking approach to reducing errors and accidents
- Outline The Steps in The Risk Management Decision Making Process
- Develop A Better Understanding on The Healthcare Risk Management Definitions, Principles, Concepts and methods
- Understand the concepts and principles of Human Factors in relation to Risk Management
- Healthcare risk management functions and key responsibilities.
- The essential components to an organizational healthcare risk management program.
- Organizational healthcare risk red flags.
- The current national trends and tools for measuring satisfaction and quality for healthcare organizations.
- Healthcare Risk Management's role in clinician communication and the concept of informed consent.
- The concept of employee rights and the concept of organizational whistle blowing.
- How communication tools and processes can mitigate organizational risks.
- Industry standards for managing security and safety.
- The risk management process.
- Quality and tools and techniques for evaluation.
- The importance of having an update to date emergency-disaster plan.
- Risk management considerations in hospital departments that are considered high risk.
Target Audience: Healthcare practitioners in Hospitals and HMO as well as Oil and Gas Industry