Non- ASHRM Events
ISMIE Risk Management Symposium: Thriving in Change|
Date: November 02 2018
Time:8:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Location:Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort and Conference Center
Hosted by:ISMIE Mutual
ISMIE's 3rd Annual Risk Management Symposium – a one-day conference in the Chicagoland area – will once again bring together seven extraordinary speakers to offer one-of-a-kind insights and practical advice from the forefront of patient safety and risk management.
This year's topics will include telemedicine, genetic testing, precision medicine, polypharmacy, diagnostic accuracy, burnout and resilience, and more!
AHA Team Training Courses|
Date: November 08 - 09 2018
AHA’s Team Training Program is offering 2-day in-person TeamSTEPPS® Master Training Courses with a train-the-trainer approach. This allows participants to experience and learn the TeamSTEPPS fundamental content and provides established resources and the skills to create training strategies, events and learning experiences. This course is taught by, and produces, Master Trainers. Nearly 95 percent of participants who have attended a Master Training Course reported that they plan to make a change when they return home. If now is the time to make that change, register today to attend a course at one of five Regional Training Centers located across the country. Email TeamTraining@aha.org with questions.
KSHRM Advanced Risk Management Conference and Annual Meeting|
Date: November 15 - 16 2018
Location:Drury Inn & Suites Louisville North 9597 Brownsboro Road Louisville, KY 40241
Please join us at the 2018 Kentucky Society for Healthcare Risk Management (KSHRM) Advanced Risk Management Conference and Annual Business Meeting. The target audience includes those who are involved in healthcare risk management, patient safety, insurance, law, finance and other related professions. Content of this year’s seminar is based on legal and legislative updates, regulatory review, risk and safety in obstetrics, standard cause analysis, palliative care, and opioid epidemic considerations in Kentucky.