Reducing the Cost of Inpatient Falls: An Application of Enterprise Risk Management
ASHRM CE Credit: 1
Risk Professionals interested in learning how to apply the principles of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) to common clinical risks will value the webinar “Reducing the Cost of Inpatient Falls: An Application of Enterprise Risk Management”. You will learn how to identify the 5 steps of Enterprise Risk Management, apply ERM to the prevention of falls with injury, and create lasting value.
This webinar, presented by Shannon Delchamps, BSN, RN, CPHRM, CPPS and Rebecca Bailey, MSN, RN, CPHRM, will provide a practical knowledge of the 5 steps of Enterprise Risk Management and how to apply them to the common risk/patient safety issue of fall injury prevention.
Traditional fall prevention activities have not been shown to be effective in preventing inpatient falls or injuries from falls. The novel approach presented in this webinar will arm the Risk Professional with tools both to reduce the cost of inpatient falls resulting in injury and to advance Enterprise Risk Management across the organization.
Today’s Risk Professional may be in the position of combining traditional, clinical risk management with enterprise risk management. This webinar will demonstrate how to do just that and will leave the learner with practical instruction that can be applied to other, similar issues in risk management.
- Identify the 5 steps of the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Process.
- Understand how to apply the ERM Process to the prevention of falls with injury.
- Apply the principles of ERM to other risks identified in the organizations.
- Create value for the organization and the patients who are served there.
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This is a live event. Recordings will not be shared with attendees following the conclusion of this webinar.
For questions regarding this webinar, contact ASHRMEd@aha.org
Shannon Delchamps, RN, BSN, CPHRM, CPPS is the Risk Manager for Piedmont Eastside Medical Center and Piedmont Eastside South. Shannon is a member of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management where she serves on the 2023-2024 Journal Editorial Review Board, and is a member of the Georgia Society of Healthcare Risk Managers (GSHRM). Having been in Risk Management since 2008, Shannon obtained her CPHRM in 2014. She obtained her CPPS in 2019 after completing a national Patient Safety Leadership Program. Shannon holds the certificate in Enterprise Risk Management from ASHRM. She has been a Registered Nurse for 37 years.
Rebecca Bailey, RN, MSN, CPHRM is the Regional Risk Management Director for the East Region of Piedmont Healthcare. Becky is a member of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management and the Georgia Society for Healthcare Risk Management. Becky holds the certificate in Enterprise Risk Management from ASHRM. She began her career in the Emergency Department, where she later became the ED Director. She then worked in Quality as a Special Projects Coordinator for several years during which time she changed her career focus to Risk Management. She has been a nurse for 28 years.