Connecting The Dots: How to Achieve a Comprehensive and Holistic View of Risk in Health Care

October 24, 2022 at 12 PM CT
ASHRM  Webinar Series
Member: $0.00
Non-Member: $0.00

Speaker: Jay Lechtman


ASHRM CE Credit: 1

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This webinar will demonstrate the benefits of taking an integrated approach to healthcare enterprise risk.

Healthcare provider organizations (HPOs) understand that risk isn’t limited to clinical operations. However, many struggle to connect traditional clinical risk management to broader enterprise risk initiatives. Jay Lechtman, Riskonnect’s vice president of strategy and innovation for healthcare, will demonstrate the benefits of taking an integrated approach to healthcare enterprise risk. This approach will help your organization connect the dots: between leading and lagging indicators, between risk assessments/investigations and corrective actions and — ultimately — between traditional clinical risk management and organizational strategy.

At the conclusion of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • • Identify current challenges in operationalizing health care enterprise risk management
  • • Describe how one health system is creating a fully integrated risk management program
  • • Determine how to measure the value of integrated risk management – operationally and financially
ASHRM CE Credits 1
CNE Credits 0

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Speaker Bio

Jay Lechtman, Vice President, Healthcare Strategy & Innovation helps lead market strategy for Riskonnect's healthcare solutions, which currently serve 170+ healthcare provider organizations representing more than 1,300 acute care hospitals globally and 10 of the largest U.S. health systems.

Prior to Riskonnect, Jay was vice president of market development for Quantros, responsible for developing new market opportunities for the legacy incident reporting system vendor in ambulatory, retail pharmacy, safety data assets, EHR integration and Patient Safety Organization (PSO) services.  

Jay has more than 25 years of experience leading strategic growth initiatives for healthcare information services and systems companies, including Ingenix (now Optum), part of UnitedHealth Group. 

Prior to his career in healthcare, Jay was a journalist, writing and editing for mainstream and specialty publications including the Los Gatos Times Observer, the Baltimore Sun and Evening Sun.