3D Printing, Droids and Drones in Healthcare and the Essentials on Conducting an ERM Risk Assessment for Emerging Technology

ASHRM On-Demand Webinar

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Non-Member: $99.00

 

Domain: Leadership

Level: Practitioner

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This webinar explores practical approaches for conducting an ERM risk assessment for emerging technology.

This topic is critical for all health care risk managers. It is prudent for health care risk managers to master the skill of conducting a well thought out ERM risk assessment for emerging technology. This webinar will discuss some trends with 3-D printing, droids, and drones and project future use in the health care industry. Then the presentation will focus on the ERM framework and how to conduct a risk assessment for this type of technology. The practical approach will engage the audience and allow them to take away lessons learned to adapt a similar approach to new technology being proposed for introduction into their organizations. Ultimately, by implementing such an approach, the health care risk manager is protecting patients and staff from unexpected injury and the organization from liability. In addition, this type of exercise is potentially creating value for the organization by introducing the benefits and possibility for revenue generation and/or cost savings across the organization.

Objectives:

  • • Summarize the possible utilization of 3-D printing, droids, and drones in health care along with the benefits and liability exposure.
  • • Describe the typical ERM plan, and why it is critical to conduct a comprehensive review using domains and a risk list.
  • • Explain how to conduct an emerging technology risk assessment and the benefits of presenting the liability and value creation findings

 

Presenters:
Mike Midgley RN, JD, MPH, CPHRM, FASHRM
Susan Salpeter RN, MBA, ARM

Product Code 322LS126
ASHRM CE Credits 1.0
CNE Credits 1.0
Domain Leadership
Level - Foundational (F), Practitioner (P), Advanced (A) P
Publication Date 10/21/16
Next Review July 2021

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