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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
Hosted by:KSHRM
Registration: https://kshrm.org/

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.

What's Your Cyber Risk Profile? 12 Considerations for CEOs
Date: November 14 2018
Time:12:00:00 PM CST - 1:00:00 PM CST
Hosted by:AHA
Fees: Free

Cybersecurity vulnerabilities and intrusions pose risks to every hospital. While there are significant benefits for care delivery and organizational efficiency from the expanded uses of networked technology and electronic exchange of health information, this greater connectivity increases exposure to potential cybersecurity threats.

In this webinar, the American Hospital Association’s Senior Advisor for Cybersecurity and Risk will share the Top 12 Considerations designed to help CEOs and their staff identify the practical steps necessary for defending systems and networks against the most dangerous threats.

AHA Team Training Courses
Date: November 08 - 09 2018
Location:Duke
Hosted by:AHA

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.

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!

Fees:

ISMIE Policyholders: Free
Staff of ISMIE Policyholders: Early-bird price: $99; $199 after October 1
ISMS Members: Early-bird price: $99; $199 after October 1
Other Health Care Professionals: Early-bird price: $399; $499 after October 1
ISMIE Business Associates: Free

Fees for ASHRM
members:

Early-bird price: $349; $449 after October 1

AHA Team Training Courses
Date: October 04 - 05 2018
Location:MetroHealth
Hosted by:AHA

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.

CPHRM Exam Prep Course
Date: September 20 - 21 2018
Time:9:00 – 5:00 p.m. both days
Location:Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center – 1101 Lincoln St, Columbia, SC 29201
Hosted by:SC ASHRM and The Risk Authority Stanford
Fees: Exam prep guide and travel expenses.

The South Carolina Chapter of ASHRM is hosting a two day CPHRM exam preparation course sponsored by The Risk Authority Stanford.  This course will serve as preparation for those who would like to sit for the CPHRM exam and will also offer an opportunity to earn a significant number of continuing education credits (CPHRM and CNE), up to 13 hours.

Fees: $250 for non-ASHRM members + exam prep guide and travel expenses

 

AHA Team Training Courses
Date: August 23 - 24 2018
Location:UCLA
Hosted by:AHA

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.

FSHRMPS 38th Annual Meeting – Education Conference
Date: August 16 - 17 2018
Time:8 AM – 5PM
Location:Tampa, FL
Hosted by:The Florida Society for Healthcare Risk Management and Patient Safety

The FSHRMPS Conference is the largest gathering of healthcare risk management and patient safety professionals in Florida.  We are expecting over 400 attendees and more than 30 exhibitors.

This year our theme is: " Navigating Your Future with FSHRMPS" and we are pleased to announce that Mr. Daryl Tol (President & CEO Florida Hospital) will be the opening keynote speaker. He will provide a unique view of the role of the risk manager and how those serving in leadership positions at the enterprise level conceptualize the relationship between risk management, quality improvement  and patient safety.  Matthew Jones will deliver the closing keynote address titled: Patient Safety is a Marathon. His presentation is sure to be an entertaining, empowering and educational experience.  

AHA Team Training Courses
Date: August 13 - 14 2018
Location:University of Washington
Hosted by:AHA

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.

SDAHRM Annual Conference
Date: August 09 2018
Time:9 am to 5 pm
Location:Green Acre Campus Pointe 10300 Campus Point Dr., San Diego, CA 92121
Hosted by:The San Diego Association of Healthcare Risk Management

This first annual conference for SDAHRM features important risk and legal topics to help the risk professional deal with emerging and ongoing topics of interests in the profession. There will be a broad range of important topics including:  Journey from Just Culture to Reliability; Perspectives on the Opioid Crisis: Best Practices and Pitfalls; The Ethics of Law Enforcement in the Inpatient Setting; Mock Deposition demonstration; FAQs / Common Pitfalls in Medical; Malpractice Cases; Medical Ethics and Risk Management: The Art in the Art of Medicine

To regiser email: moira.brennan@dbtlaw.org & arlene.luu.medpro.com

Innovation Leadership Challenge: Collaborating to Improve Hospital Flow, Save Lives and Reduce Costs
Date: July 25 2018
Time:8:00-5:00pm
Location:San Diego, California
Hosted by:Co-sponsored by the Health Research & Educational Trust and the American College of Emergency Physicians

Join leaders in hospital flow at the Innovation Leadership Challenge: Collaborating to Improve Hospital Flow, Save Lives and Reduce Costs pre-Summit event to learn about proven innovative processes, tools, frameworks and insights in a dynamic environment. After this program you’ll be able to make dramatic improvements in capacity and patient safety, all with decreased costs to your hospital. Come join your operational, strategy and clinical colleagues in hands-on small group design sessions to move from understanding to action.

AHA Team Training Courses
Date: July 09 - 10 2018
Location:Northwell (New York City)
Hosted by:AHA

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.

21st Century Challenges in Risk Management
Date: June 01 2018
Time:7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Location:Crowne Plaza Springfield, IL
Hosted by:ISHRM

This didactice and interative program is designed to provide education on current issues related to hospital risk management. Topics include PIPA Privacy Laws, Telehealth, Cyber Security and a Legal Update as well as an entertaining and motivational keynote with speaker Conor Cunneenn “Irishman Speaks”.

AHA Team Training Courses
Date: May 14 - 15 2018
Location:Northwell (New Hyde Park)
Hosted by:AHA

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.

AHA Team Training Courses
Date: May 10 - 11 2018
Location:UCLA
Hosted by:AHA

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.

AHA Team Training Courses
Date: May 03 - 04 2018
Location:MetroHealth
Hosted by:AHA

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.

New England Regional Healthcare Risk Management Conference
Date: April 29 - May 01 2018
Time:4 pm 4/29 – 12:00 n 5/1.
Location:Providence Marriott, Providence Rhode Island
Hosted by:Massachusetts Society for Healthcare Risk Management

This year’s theme is Navigating the Seas of Healthcare Risk Management. Our networking conference is for risk management professionals to expand their body of knowledge, learn new strategies and obtain recertification credits (CPHRM, CPPS). Confirmed keynote speakers include Monica Cooke, Melanie Osley and Katherine Rowell from HealthDataViz.

2018 NC ASHRM Spring Conference
Date: April 25 - 27 2018
Location:Holiday Inn Sunspree, Wrightsville Beach, NC
Hosted by:NC ASHRM
Registration: http://nc-ashrm.org/

Come and enjoy dynamic speakers, great people and some fun in the sun.  10.25 CPHRM credits pending ASHRM approval and CLE credits pending the NC Bar approval. 

Opening remarks, April 25th at 2pm/Closing Remarks, April 27th at 11am

Registration opens March 26, 2018

Intensive Bioethics Course
Date: April 16 - 20 2018
Time:All day (approximately 8:00am-4:00pm)
Location:Houston, TX at the Houston Research Institute
Hosted by:The Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine and Houston Methodist Hospital

The week-long Intensive Bioethics Course is geared towards individuals who encounter complex ethical challenges in the healthcare setting and wish to receive advanced training. This is a practical and productive course that covers fundamental bioethics topics and advanced clinical ethics skills. Topics include End-of-life decision-making and advance care planning, Informed consent and capacity, Conducting a clinical ethics consult and writing chart notes, Creating an ethics committee and conducting its meetings, Facilitating family meetings and Policy Development.

Registration Fee: 2,000; Resident/fellow/student: $1,800; 3 or more participants from one institution: $1,800; HM and BCM personnel: $1,800; ADDITIONAL EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT OF $200 for all participants until 2/1/18

AHA Team Training Courses
Date: April 19 - 20 2018
Location:Duke
Hosted by:AHA

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.

VASHRM 2018 Spring Conference
Date: March 22 - 23 2018
Time:Thurs 22nd 8am-5pm and Fri 23rd 7:30am -12:30
Location:Hilton Norfolk The Main- Norfolk, Va.
Hosted by:VASHRM
Fees: $250.00 for members, 350.00 for non-members
Registration: http://www.VASHRM.org

Come join us in Norfolk for our spring conference and enjoy dynamic speakers and great food with a really fun group. You will receive 10 ASHRM credits for attending and CLE credits (pending Va. Bar approval.)

Seminar: Utilizing Lean Methodologies to Manage Telemetry Devices
Date: October 20 2017
Time:12pm to 1pm EST
Location:webinar
Hosted by:AAMI Foundation

Naples Community Hospital developed a cross-functional team of experts that utilized lean methods to devise a future state where functional telemetry boxes were readily available for the patients who needed them. The speaker will:

·         Discuss the effects of poor telemetry device management in the acute care setting

·         Explain benefits of inventory control to improve patient safety and financial mitigation

·         Explain how to recognize key stakeholders required for telemetry inventory

Speaker: Christina Carranza, MSN, RN-BC, CNML, Naples Community Hospital, Naples, Florida

Lean Strategies in Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management
Date: September 28 2017
Time:10:00 AM PDT | 1:00 PM EDT
Location:Free Webinar (Only requires registration)
Hosted by:Steven M Wagner, PhD, MPA

1. While the concepts of lean and RCM is not new to experienced revenue managers and staff, re-enforcement through original case studies in the current environment take the attendee through original experiences that generate critical and authentic consideration of processes for quality improvement and increased revenues.

2. This is notably important in an environment of cost pressures from government policies and insurance pressures.

3. Through a case study (s) example, the webinar correlates the lean process through the revenue cycle to dispel misleading and narrow assumptions of revenue shortfalls (our contracts do not provide enough reimbursement) to the subset of issues that lead to root cause analysis and actions to monitor the progress of solving the subset of problems.

Where’s My Line
Date: September 25 2017
Time:12-1PM ET
Location:Webinar
Hosted by:AAMI Foundation
Fees: None

In part two, you’ll learn how to reduce the safety risks associated with problems in IV line identification and with IV pump boluses by using validated evidence-based recommendations.

A Journey to Reducing Alarm Fatigue; Tips on What Not to Do
Date: September 18 2017
Time:12-1PM ET
Location:Webinar
Hosted by:AAMI Foundation
Fees: None

Presenter:   Peggy Bartholomew, MHSM, RN, PMP
Project Manager, Quality Project Management, UT Southwestern Medical Center

 Hear the successes—and things that don’t work as well--from one hospital’s efforts to improve alarm management!  You will learn to :

  • Identify operational barriers to impacting alarm reduction
  • Identify clinician barriers to impacting alarm reduction
  • Learn recommendations to reduce non-actionable alarms
Making the Invisible Visible
Date: September 11 2017
Time:12-1PM ET
Hosted by:AAMI Foundation
Fees: None

There are hidden dangers and risks when utilizing multiple infusions on a single patient. In this two-part online seminar series, you will hear from human factors experts who have researched the causes and strategies for overcoming the risks associated with multiple line infusions.

In part one, , you’ll learn about the risks with secondary IV infusions and shared infusion volume and how to address those risks through education, workflow changes and technology.

Indiana Society for Healthcare Risk Management Education Conference
Date: August 18 2017
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Location: The Mirro Center for Research and Innovation-Parkview Health Fort Wayne, IN
Hosted by:Indiana Society for Healthcare Risk Management
Registration: http://www.ISHRM.org

Join your colleagues in risk management and patient safety for an opportunity to learn, share and network! Presenters include national and international speakers on timely topics including: Electronic Health Records and Audit Trails, The Psychology of Communication, Second Victim and Bioethics and Physician Assisted Suicide. Raffle for all attendees who stay through the end of the conference!  Social event on August 17, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at Club Soda.

$100-ISHRM member/ $130-Non-member

Compassion in Action Healthcare Conference
Date: June 25 - 27 2017
Location:Westin Copley Place, Boston, MA
Hosted by:Schwartz Center

Compassionate care: caregivers want to deliver it, and patients want to receive it. We know why compassion matters, but do we know how to deliver on it? The new Compassion in Action Healthcare Conference, June 25-27 in Boston, offers strategies and tools that create and sustain cultures of compassion. Keynotes include a chat with Dr. Lucy Kalanithi (When Breath Becomes Air), interviewed by HRET’s Jay Bhatt, DO, and presentations on creating authentic, healing relationships and the future of compassion.

Use the promotional code “BHATT” to receive a $50 discount on registration.

2017 Annual Full Day Educational Conference
Date: June 09 2017
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Andaz Wall Street Hotel, 75 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005
Hosted by: Association for Healthcare and Risk Management of New York, Inc. (AHRMNY)
Fees: $75.00

AHRMNY, Vigorito, Barker, Porter and Patterson, LLP, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP and Lewis Johs Avallone Aviles, LLP are pleased to invite you to our full day Annual Educational Conference and Cocktail Reception featuring key note speaker Greg Prentiss, Capt. USN ret., MS, Press Ganey Associates discussing High Reliability in Healthcare; four break out sessions on exciting and cutting edge topics and an address by ASHRM 2017 President Mike Midgley

Enterprise Risk Management
Date: June 02 2017
Time: 7:30 am - 3:45 pm
Location:Embassy Suites Peoria IL
Hosted by:Illinois State Healthcare Risk Management Society

This is ISHRM's 29th Annual Meeting. Topics include ERM, Legal Update, Leadership Huddles, Reptile Theory, EMR Audits and a panel discussion on Generational Differences in the Workplace.

SCAHRM 37th Annual Educational Conference – Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: Risk Management Through the Years
Date: May 03 - 05 2017
Time: All Day
Hosted by: Southern California Association for Healthcare Risk Management
Registration:

SCAHRM’s Annual Educational Conference brings together all types of healthcare risk management professionals from across California and beyond: attorneys, hospital risk managers, nurses, insurance professionals, and more!  Our theme this year is Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: Risk Management Through the Years. Through informative and innovative presentations and collaboration with attendees, we will be exploring where healthcare risk management began, where we are now, and where we are going in the future.

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SCAHRM members $350
SCAHRM non-members $425

SHRM New Jersey
Date: May 05 2017
Time:8:30 AM
Location:Princeton Insurance Company Conference Center 746 Alexander Road, Princeton, NJ
Hosted by:Society for Healthcare Risk Management of New Jersey
Fees: $75 members of NJ, NY, and PA chapters

Agenda includes hot topics presented by industry leaders: Meg Garett, Johns Hopkins: Workplace Violence Victor Kline, MD, Northwell Health: Perinatal Safety Michael Gerardi, MD, Goreyb Children’s Hospital: ED Risks NJ Regulatory Update and ASHRM Update

SCAHRM Pre-Conference Workshop: CPHRM Exam Prep
Date: May 01 - 02 2017
Time: 9am – 5pm daily
Location:Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa - Rancho Mirage, CA
Hosted by:Southern California Association for Healthcare Risk Management

The CPHRM Exam Prep course is designed to help prepare eligible risk management professionals take the exam. While the course is not designed to teach foundational concepts, it can help participants focus on content areas that may require a more in-depth review, as well as identify familiar content areas for which a more cursory review will suffice. The agenda for the course corresponds to the five major content areas of the CPHRM Exam detailed in the CPHRM Candidate Handbook and Application (PDF).  Presenters: Josh Hyatt, DHSc, MHL, CPHRM, FASHRM, and Doug Berg, MHA, ARM, CPHRM, DFASHRM

Register Now

SCAHRM Members $450
SCAHRM non-members $550

Risk, Patient Safety and Legal Issues in Obstetrics
Date: April 26 2017
Time: 12-1PM ET
Location: Webinar
Hosted by: NPIC/QAS Education Services

The purpose/goal(s) of this activity is to enable healthcare providers to have a better understanding of the risk to patient safety and legal issues in obstetrics, and:

  • Describe three strategies to reduce risk while caring for the obstetric patient
  • Discuss two patient safety practices that improve the safe delivery of care to obstetric patients
  • Describe three legal and liability claims issues prevalent in delivery of obstetric care
Human Factors Methods to Improve the Delivery of Safe Care
Date: April 06 2017
Time: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: Baylor Scott & White Medical Center- Plano, Plano, Texas
Hosted by: Baylor Scott & White Health- STEEEP Global Institute

The human factors program, part of the Office of Patient Safety, at Baylor Scott & White Health (BSWH) has brought tremendous value to patients, care providers, and the organization in such areas as patient safety including CLABSI prevention, nursing efficiency, and team communication. This program is focused on practical improvement with innovation in frontline engagement and problem-solving techniques and toolkits. As part of our mission to share our methods with others, we offer training for you and your organization via an introductory yet highly practical course on human factors to improve worksystems, resulting in the safer, and more effective and efficient delivery of care.

Before March 3rd - $420
After March 3rd- $570

$100 off discount is available if three or more members of the same organization register at the same time.
$100 Off for Members- Use Promo Code: ASHRM100

 

OSHRM/SOHA Spring Conference
Date: March 31 2017
Time: 7:30am-3:30pm
Location: The Blackwell Inn, 2110 Tuttle Park Place, Columbus, Ohio 43210
Hosted by: Joint conference of the Ohio Society of Healthcare Risk Managers and Society of Ohio Healthcare Attorneys

The mission of the Ohio Society for Healthcare Risk Managers (OSHRM) is to promote healthcare risk management, which protects human and financial assets, in a manner consistent with compassionate, quality and cost-effective health careCurrently, our group is planning our annual Spring OSHRM/SOHA conferenceTopics for this exciting event include:

  • Cyber Security and Healthcare Update: What Can We Learn from Recent Breaches?
  • Behavioral Health Top Ten Exposures
  • Insights on Nurse Professional Liability Claims: Strategies for Leadership
  • Antoon v. Cleveland Clinic: the Evolution of the Medical Malpractice Statute of Repose
  • Disclosing Medical Information to Law Enforcement Officials
  • Managing Risk in Employing Foreign Nationals: at the Crossroads of Health Care, Labor & Employment, and Immigration

$200 non-OSHRM members          $125 OSHRM members

GHSHRM 31st Annual Education Day; En Garde! Risk Management to Protect Patients, Facilities and Data”
Date: March 03 2017
Time:8:30am-4:30pm
Location:Houstonian Hotel and Spa, Houston Texas
Hosted by:GHSHRM
Registration: http://www.ghshrm.com

Safety and Security is on everyone’s mind.  We are concerned with our personal safety, that of our family and that or our patients and coworkers.  In GHSHRM’s 31st annual Edu Day we will discuss issues on patient protection in hospitals, physician offices, and LTC as well as discussing protection of PHI and how to coordinate everything under ERM to facilitate. 

$285 for non-members

$210 for members

Incivility and Intimidation: A Recurrent Threat to Perinatal Safety
Date: December 07 2016
Time: 12-1 P.M. ET
Location: Webinar
Hosted by: NPIC/QAS Education Services

The purpose/goal(s) of this activity is to enable the learner to expand knowledge on the management of disruptive behaviors between healthcare team members, and:

  • Recognize the components and spectrum of disruptive  behavior
  • Examine how disruptive behavior can affect the organization and increase risk for errors in the management of obstetrical patients
  • Explore how organizations in conjunction with medical staff leadership can eliminate disruptive behaviors
FALL HALF-DAY EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE Various Perspectives on the Americans With Disabilities Act
Date: December 06 2016
Time: 8:45 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: DeMatteis Conference Center 101 Northern Blvd. Brookville, NY 11548
Hosted by: Association for Healthcare Risk Management of New York (AHRMNY)

This exciting program will address several issues related to establishing effective communication in the medical setting for patients with disabilities.  The program will describe the requirements of Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act, discuss the legal ramifications of non-compliance with Section 1557 and describe a patient's perspective while navigating thought the healthcare environment.

$25.00  AHRMNY Member

$40.00  Other ASHRM Chapter Member

$75.00  Non-Member

Health Systems and Addiction: The Use and Misuse of Legal Substances
Date: November 16 - 17 2016
Time: Nov 16: 7:15am-5:30pm; Nov 17: 7:30am-1:10pm
Location: The National Academy of Sciences 2101 Constitution Ave, NW Washington, DC 20418
Hosted by: ECRI Institute

National thought leaders will bring evidence and insights on the scientific understanding of addiction, innovations in the prevention of misuse of legal substances, and initiatives to treat and manage addiction. This is a free, public service conference primarily targeting health system executives, practitioners, researchers and policy makers who are seeking a greater understanding of substance use disorders and the role health systems play within acute-care and community-based care settings. Join us in overcoming one of our nation’s most important public health concerns.

ISMIE Risk Management Symposium: A Physician-First Approach to Patient-Centered Care
Date: November 10 2016
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Location:Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center; 3500 Midwest Rd; Oak Brook, IL 60523
Hosted by: ISMIE Mutual Insurance Company

ISMIE Mutual Insurance Company’s inaugural Risk Management Symposium—a daylong conference taking place on November 10 in Oak Brook, Illinois—is the latest example in our company’s 40-year history of advocating for physicians and their patients. This program brings together ten industry thought leaders and innovators in health care to discuss practical ways physicians can improve their patients’ experience by addressing patient safety, quality, health IT, physician burnout, and diagnostic error. Speakers will use case studies, statistics, anecdotes, and scientific research to introduce new concepts and techniques and offer relevant solutions for your practice today.

ISMIE policyholders: Free

Illinois State Medical Society members and ISMIE policyholders’ staff: $99 before October 1. $199 after October 1.

Other health care professionals: $399 before October 1. $499 after October 1.

ASHRM members can register for $399 before October 1, and $499 thereafter.

Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM) Examination Preparation Course
Date: October 28 - 29 2016
Location:MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center Kotzen Auditorium 9000 Franklin Square Drive Baltimore , MD 21237
Hosted by:Md-DC SHRM—Contact person Mgarret@jhmi.edu

In coordination with ASHRM, the MD-DC Chapter of ASHRM is offering a CPHRM Examination Preparation Course. The Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRMTM) is a designation conferred by the American Hospital Association Certification Center (AHA-CC), a division of the American Hospital Association (AHA), to formally recognize healthcare risk management professionals who exhibit broad-based knowledge of the field and a commitment to continued professional growth. Risk management professionals are evaluated using a peer-reviewed examination tool and then, upon receiving the CPHRM designation, are required to periodically renew the designation by providing proof of continuing education. This course is designed as a two-day educational program to help candidates prepare to take the CPHRM examination. This program is approved for 13 contact hours towards ASHRM designations (FASHRM/DFASHRM) and CPHRM renewal.

5th World Congress of Clinical Safety
Date: September 21 - 23 2016
Time:9am - 6pm
Location:Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
Hosted by:International Association of Risk Management in Medicine

The congress covers a wide range of safety topics, such as clinical safety (patient safety, medication safety, medicaldevice safety), infectious disease outbreak, disaster healthcare, clinical crisis governance, environmental health & safety, food safety, and other related safety subjects.

Beyond MACRA: Preparing for the Future of Health Care
Date: September 20 2016
Time: Noon ET (9 am PT)
Location: Webinar
Hosted by: V2V Management Solutions

MACRA is the new legislation that will affect Medicare payments beginning in 2017. This webinar will teach you how to better prepare for these changes by moving from volume to value.

Complimentary one hour presentation.

Chapter Event: South Texas Society for Healthcare Risk Management Meeting
Date: September 09 2016
Time:11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Location:Austin, TX
Hosted by:South Texas Society for Healthcare Risk Management (STSHRM)

E-mail RSVP to:  jmclaughlin@rcmhlaw.com

Beyond MACRA: Preparing for the Future of Health Care
Date: September 08 2016
Time: Noon PT (3 pm ET)
Location: Webinar
Hosted by: V2V Management Solutions

MACRA is the new legislation that will affect Medicare payments beginning in 2017. This webinar will teach you how to better prepare for these changes by moving from volume to value.

 Complimentary one hour presentation.

Coverys’ 2016 Midwest Regional Risk Management
Date: August 24 - 26 2016
Location: Amway Grand Plaza Hotel 187 Monroe Avenue NW Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
Hosted by: Coverys

Healthcare executives, risk management and quality improvement leaders, physicians, nursing directors, and other healthcare professionals are invited to join medical professional liability insurance provider and risk management leader, Coverys for thought-provoking presentations and rich discussions about the most pressing and contemporary issues in patient safety today. Panels at the seminar will discuss a variety of risk management and patient safety topics, including new approaches to EMR safety, prevention of diagnostic error and LGBT patient care.

Raising the Bar on Infusion Safety: A Patient Safety Initiative at Western MD Health Syst & Cameron Memorial Comm Hospital
Date: August 08 2016
Time: 11:00 a.m. – Noon
Hosted by: AAMI

This seminar describes the journey to infusion therapy safety taken by both a large hospital system and a small community system.  Regardless of size, all hospitals are capable of improving patient safety as it relates to infusion therapy!  Both hospitals will discuss how they improved the compliance with use of their smart pumps’ drug libraries.

It’s free.  There is 1.0 CE credit approved for it – which costs 25 dollars…but the charge is only if they want the CE.

Hall Render’s 2016 Pacific Northwest Health Care Labor & Employment Seminar
Date: June 08 2016
Time:7:30 am - 12 pm
Location: The Woodmark in Kirkland, WA
Hosted by: Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman, PC

On June 8, a group of our employment and regulatory attorneys are offering a seminar on managing risk and legal issues arising from corrective actions and terminations of clinical providers.

To register, contact Suzanne Iseminger at (907) 258-2587 or siseminger@hallrender.com

2016 MSHRM Annual Conference
Date: May 25 - 27 2016
Location: Amway Grand Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids
Hosted by: Michigan Society of Healthcare Risk Management

Complimentary for MSHRM members

$325 for non-MSHRM members

$150 one day pass

American Hospital Association Health Care Transformation Fellowship
Date: May 01 2016
Location: CA, CO, IL
Hosted by: American Hospital Association Health Research & Educational Trust
Fees: $19,500 per organization

The AHA Health Care Transformation Fellowship is an intensive, nine-month program to provide health care leaders with information and skills to implement innovative health care delivery and payment system models. The curriculum addresses a variety of health care transformation topics to help participants lead their hospital toward the Triple Aim—better care, better health and lower cost.

2016 Meeting dates: July 19-20; July 17, 19; November TBD

2017 Meeting Dates: March 7-8; March 9, 11

Human Factors Methods to Improve the Delivery of Safe Care
Date: April 07 - 08 2016
Location:The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano, Plano, Texas
Hosted by:Baylor Scott & White Health- STEEEP Global Institute
Fees: $200 Off for Members-Use Promo Code: ASHRM200

The human factors program, part of the Office of Patient Safety, at Baylor Scott & White Health (BSWH) has brought tremendous value to patients, care providers, and the organization in such areas as patient safety, EHR implementation, nursing efficiency, and team communication. This program is focused on practical improvement with innovation in frontline engagement and problem-solving techniques and toolkits. As part of our mission to share our methods with others, we offer training for you and your organization via an introductory yet highly practical course on human factors to improve worksystems, resulting in the safer, and more effective and efficient delivery of care.

Before Mar 15th- $700 After Mar 15th- $950, $100 off discount is available if three or more members of the same organization register at the same time.

Chapter Event: Ounce of Prevention: Hospitalist Risk Reduction Strategies
Date: March 11 2016
Time:10:30 a.m. - Noon ET
Location: Inservco Office Building, Downtown Harrisburg, 2 North, 2nd Street, Harrisburg, PA
Hosted by: PA Association for Health Care Risk Management

No Charge to current  PAHCRM, PASHRM and NJSHRM  members. $25 for all other non members

RSVP Ellen Feidt emfeidt@geisinger.edu

Chapter Event: South Texas Society for Healthcare Risk Management Meeting
Date: March 11 2016
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Location:Austin, TX
Hosted by:South Texas Society for Healthcare Risk Management (STSHRM)

CNA Hospital Professional Liability Claim Report presentation

E-mail RSVP to:  jmclaughlin@rcmhlaw.com

Hospital Acquired Conditions Conference 2016
Date: February 24 - 26 2016
Time:8:30 a.m.
Location:Westin Buckhead Atlanta, Georgia
Hosted by:Global Healthcare Professional (GHP)Network
Fees: 10% Discount for ASHRM members

The only National Conference that helps hospitals significantly reduce Hospital Acquired Conditions, Infections, and Re-admissions using Evidence-based solutions to develop a standard of care for mental health patients, successfully implement Patient Safety Collaboratives, and Practice consistent Surveillance and Hygiene protocols.

Communication and Resolution Program (CRP) Leader Retreat to Improve Patient Safety
Date: February 18 - 19 2016
Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Location: Palo Alto, California
Hosted by: The Risk Authority Stanford
Fees: $1,895.00

Sponsored by The Collaborative for Accountability and Improvement and the National Patient Safety Foundation

During the retreat five experts who lead the most esteemed CRP programs in the country will share implementation strategies, facilitate group discussions, and use simulation-based learning to prepare your organization for successful CRP adoption.

Human Factors Methods to Improve the Delivery of Safe Care
Date: February 04 - 05 2016
Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Location: The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano, Plano, Texas
Hosted by: Baylor Scott & White Health- STEEEP Global Institute
Fees: Before Jan 15th- $700 After Jan 15th- $950

The human factors program, part of the Office of Patient Safety, at Baylor Scott & White Health (BSWH) has brought tremendous value to patients, care providers, and the organization in such areas as patient safety, EHR implementation, nursing efficiency, and team communication. This program is focused on practical improvement with innovation in frontline engagement and problem-solving techniques and toolkits. As part of our mission to share our methods with others, we offer training for you and your organization via an introductory yet highly practical course on human factors to improve worksystems, resulting in the safer, and more effective and efficient delivery of care.

FDA Medical Product Safety Network (MedSun) Webinar: Preventing Surgical Fires
Date: November 03 2015
Time:1-2 p.m. Eastern, 12-1 Central
Location:WebEx
Hosted by:FDA Medical Product Safety Network (MedSun)
Fees: No charge

Replay information:  Just send your name and email address to medsun@fda.hhs.gov to indicate interest in the replay.

Live Webinar: Beginning at 12:45 p.m. Eastern Time on 11/3, you will be able to access the  1 p.m. Eastern Time webinar as follows:

Call in:  1-855-828-1770 (toll free) or 1-301-796-7777    Meeting ID: 749-175-086

To view slides:

https://fda.webex.com/fda/j.phpMTID=mb20c339e12bfd858020e3fe2e1393580

Please check your access to this link prior to the start time. 

For assistance with this WebEx meeting, please call the MedSun Customer Service team at 1-800-859-9821 or 1. Go to https://fda.webex.com/fda/mc and 2. On the left navigation bar, click "Support".

CAIA Diversity Career Fair
Date: October 22 2015
Time:11AM - 5PM
Location:Broad Street Ballroom, 41 Broad Street, New York, NY 10004
Hosted by:CAIA (Chinese American Insurance Association)
Fees: Free

A career fair held by the Chinese American Insurance Association, seeking talent of all levels. 

NFPA 99 Healthcare Facilities Code Seminar
Date: October 10 2015
Time: 9 a.m.
Location:Leviton Manufacturing Co., 334 Carondelet St. New Orleans, LA 70130
Hosted by: Leviton Manufacturing Co.
Fees: $50.00 registration fee

It is a NFPA 99 Health Care Facilities Code Seminar which will be presented by an expert NFPA Instructor. The seminar covers in detail how to apply the NFPA 99 Code.

Learn Ways to Improve Healthcare Risk Management of Sepsis & HAI w/ Innovative Trend Setting Tech
Date: October 07 2015
Time: 10 a.m. CST
Location: Live online but will be emailed to registrants afterwards, including those who cannot attend
Hosted by: CEO of Wello Inc.
Fees: Gratis

Healthcare risk management challenges, benchmarks and resources for help with the issues of Sepsis and HAI, with ways to improve risk management of Sepsis and HAI with innovative trend setting technologies. 

AAMI/FDA Risk Management Summit
Date: September 29 - 30 2015
Location: Hyatt Dulles Hotel 2300 Dulles Corner Blvd., Herndon, Virginia Near Washington DC’s Dulles International Airport
Hosted by: AAMI and FDA

This event will bring together leaders and risk management experts in the medical device industry and healthcare delivery, along with regulators, educators, and clinicians. Risk management is a sprawling subject, one that could go in a number of directions. The summit will focus primarily on the discipline of risk management as applied to regulated medical devices. The discussion will not touch on health information technology or interoperability, nor will it cover specific risks with medical devices. The summit will be professionally moderated, and extensive time will be dedicated to attendee participation and interaction.

National Falls Prevention Conference
Date: September 21 - 23 2015
Time: 9:00am
Location: Los Angeles, California
Hosted by: GHP Network

National Falls Prevention Conference (National Falls Prevention Week)
National conference focusing on strategies for resolving the ethical and legal complexities of end of life healthcare decisions.

“The Future is Now” Embracing Different Perspectives
Date: September 17 - 18 2015
Time: 8:30 a.m.
Location: Kings Mill Resort Williamsburg, Va.
Hosted by: VASHRM
Fees: $250.00

Come join us in Williamsburg at the Kings Mill Resort for our fall conference. Attendees will be educated on issues with patient families who want to prevent different types of discharges as well as learning the latest on medical marijuana in Va. They will become familiar with the issues and risks with transgender in healthcare and incorporate best practices during governmental investigations. Finally, attendees will participate with a communication specialist on team building activites.

11th Annual Civil Collaborative Law Conference
Date: September 16 - 18 2015
Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day
Location: Belo Mansion, 2101 Ross Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75201
Hosted by: Global Collaborative Law Counsel and three other nonprofit organizations
Fees: Vary from $400 to $800 for full 3 days

Optional one-day introduction to the collaborative law dispute resolution process, followed by a two-day conference on the use of collaborative law to resolve claims of medical error.  Collaborative law is a confidential, non-adversary, non-adjudicative settlement negotiation process in which the parties are represented by dedicated settlement counsel and employ interest-based negotiation to develop a solution to their dispute.

EMR: The Full Employment Guarantee for Risk Managers and Lawyers
Date: September 10 2015
Time: 4:30-5:30 p.m. Registration
Location: Doubletree Annapolis, 210 Holiday Court Annapolis, MD 21401
Hosted by: Maryland-DC Society for Healthcare Risk Management
Fees: $30 MD-DC SHRM members. $50 non-members

The purpose of this program is to educate healthcare providers on risks and benefits of Electronic Medical Records (EMR). Participants will learn risk management strategies for preventing EMR claims issues and hear the views of both private and in-house counsel regarding the risks and rewards of EMR.