Risk Management in the Ambulatory Setting

Risk Management in the Ambulatory Setting

Risk Management in the Ambulatory Setting

Risk Management in the Ambulatory Setting

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Risk Management for healthcare facilities include an organized effort to identify, assess, and reduce risk to patients, visitors, staff, and organizational assets. This risk must involve all aspects of infrastructure and operations of a clinic or hospital, including safety in patient care, financial management, and compliance with rules and regulations. This course was developed to promote an understanding of risks, as well as the benefits and goals of risk management within the ambulatory setting. Methods of assessing risks will be covered, and ways to mitigate and treat risk will be discussed.

COURSE INFORMATION

45 minValid for 12 monthsCreated 2020-09-15Updated 2020-09-15

Course Objectives

  • Understand the definition, benefits, and goals of risk management and the reasons for it in the ambulatory setting.
  • List the five necessary steps in risk management.
  • Explain the methods of assessing risk in the ambulatory setting.
  • Describe the objectives and methods of mitigating or treating risks.

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