Expanding Integrated Risk Management

Expanding Integrated Risk Management: Including Emergency Preparedness and Environmental, Social, Governance

May 10, 2023 at 12 PM CT
ASHRM Sponsored Webinar Series
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Non-Member: $0.00
 
Speakers: Jay Lechtman, VP, Strategy and Innovation, Health care

ASHRM CE Credit: 1
 

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Health care provider organizations (HPOs) are beginning to approach enterprise risk management (ERM) as an integrated and holistic initiative – but how does connecting clinical/insurable and enterprise/strategic risk scale? Can an integrated risk management approach successfully include evolving risks like emergency preparedness, organizational resiliency, and ESG?

Health care provider organizations (HPOs) are beginning to approach enterprise risk management (ERM) as an integrated and holistic initiative – but how does connecting clinical/insurable and enterprise/strategic risk scale? Can an integrated risk management approach successfully include evolving risks like emergency preparedness, organizational resiliency, and ESG?

In this webinar, you'll learn how innovative HPOs are approaching this expansion in risk management. You’ll also receive helpful hints from enterprise risk and IT leadership on how to best connect technology solutions that are not yet fully part of a comprehensive enterprise platform.

Learning Objectives

  • • Understand why Environmental, Social, Governance risks should be included in your Integrated Risk Management program
  • • Discuss how HPOs are integrating ESG and EP into their risk management programs
  • • Explain best practices on integrating critical point solutions that are not part of your enterprise risk platform
ASHRM CE Credits 1
CNE Credits 0

This is a live event. Recordings will not be shared with attendees following the conclusion of this webinar.

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Speaker Bio

Jay Lechtman is a veteran strategist with a focus on technology solutions for health care safety, quality, claims and litigation, regulatory compliance, and enterprise risk management. He regularly writes and speaks on health care risk management to audiences, including Patient Safety and Quality Healthcare magazine, the American Society of Health Care Risk Management (ASHRM), the Health Care Compliance Association, and the Irish National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA). Jay’s nearly 30-year career in health care has included managing strategy, product, partnership, and market development for publishing, education, consulting, and software concerns in the areas of clinical documentation, diagnostic, procedural, and supply coding for reimbursement, regulatory compliance, provider quality reporting and management, patient safety, patient experience, health care professional liability claims and litigation, and governance, risk and compliance/enterprise risk management. In these capacities he has worked with clients in every setting across the continuum of care, from acute-care facilities to physician clinics and community pharmacies. Jay holds a bachelor's degree in writing from The Johns Hopkins University and a master's degree in journalism from Stanford University. Prior to his career in health care, Jay was a reporter and editor for a number of American mainstream and specialty newspapers and magazines. He lives in the Washington DC area with his wife, a gastroenterologist in private practice.