An inside look at the issues and solutions faced by healthcare risk management professionals as they promote safe and trusted healthcare at their hospitals, practices and health centers.
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What is CMS Section 111 Reporting and what does it have to do with me?
Medicare Secondary Payer Act and the subsequent liens, set-asides, and payment reporting can be confusing. What is a second payer? What qualifies for reporting? Follow a discussion about CMS section 111 reporting as we ask and answer the hard questions.
Erin Rowan Myers, JD, CPHRM, AIC, AINS, AIS, ARM
Amy L. Uldrick, MSN, RN, CPHRM
Emotional Connection Process for Dealing with Difficult Conflicts
Dr. Lola Gershfeld has revolutionized the field of board and team dynamics. Through her dedicated practice and research in innovative approaches, she has harnessed the power of emotional connection to develop and rebuild strong emotional bonds through the Emotional Connection process or EmC - the only model of conflict repair whose approach has been tested and shown to create lasting change.In this podcast, you will be introduced to the EmC process that can help you to be much more effective in dealing with conflicts.
Five Things Risk Managers Need To Know About Human Trafficking
An exploration of human trafficking prevalence and specific situations which exist that may promote this form of human slavery. Best practices will be described for healthcare facilities regarding screening and intervention for this vulnerable population to reduce risk and provide patient-centered care.
Kathryn Schaefer MSN RN CPHRM
Sr. Manager, Accreditation & Compliance
Risk and Quality Collaboration - A Vital Contributor to Patient Safety
The Patient Safety movement has dramatically increased the demands on the Risk Management and Quality Departments, but resources have generally not increased to meet the demands. Collaboration between Risk Management and Quality enables both departments to meet the increased demands through decreased redundancy and improved efficiency, and to avoid the pitfalls of silo-ed investigations and policy development. Risk Management and Quality collaboration more efficiently fosters the reduction of patient harm and improves the quality of healthcare delivery - both vital to improved Patient Safety.
Elizabeth Gardner, BSN, MA, CPHRM
Manager of Patient Safety and Quality
Ob Hospitalist Group, Inc.
Lost ADL Property in the Hospital Setting: The Impact on the Patient and Facility
A description of one risk manager's successful process for handling investigations of lost ADL property and review of the new CMS guidelines that will impact facility responsibility.
Grace T. Jones, CPHRM, MBA-HMC
Regional Director of Patient Safety and Risk Management
Baptist Health System
East Regional Specialist
Baptist Health Systems
Constance A. Endelicato, J.D., CPHRM
Wood Smith Henning & Berman, LLP
Connecting a Good Catch to a Culture of Patient Safety
A group of leading health care risk management professionals share their "good catch" success stories.
Myka Whitman, BSN, RN, CPHRM, CPPS
Director Patient Safety and Risk Management
Kimberly. A. Miller, RN, MBA, CPHRM, CPPS, LSSBB
Director of Quality
Methodist Stone Oak Hospital
Carrie Gray BSN, RN, CPHRM
Corporate Director of Risk
Dana Faber, MS PSL, RN, CPHRM
Patient Safety/Risk Manager
The Doctors Company
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