Enterprise Risk Management: Organizational Considerations for Catching the C-Suite’s Attention
Presented by Riskonnect
Speakers: Jay Lechtman
ASHRM CE Credit: 1
This webinar will discuss approaching ERM as a holistic approach and how it ensures that clinical safety and risk management assume their proper roles as part of the cross-functional ERM leadership team.
As clinical risk management leaders look to expand their roles into enterprise risk management, even the best-prepared can face stiff headwinds if their organizations aren't organized for ERM success. Approaching ERM as a comprehensive, holistic, and integrated discipline not only aligns the organization with best practices as defined by ASHRM and COSO, but it ensures that clinical safety and risk management assume their proper roles as part of the cross-functional ERM leadership team. This also improves the career-advancement outlook for those in traditional risk management functions who want to grow.
- • About the evolution and current state of healthcare ERM
- • Why ERM may not be the most accurate/effective name for the discipline, and what might be better
- • How technology can help operationalize effective ERM
- • How to convince the C-suite of ERM value
- • How to demonstrate your own value
|ASHRM CE Credits||1.0|
|Webinar Date||September 14, 2021 12:00pm CT|
For questions regarding this webinar, contact ASHRMEd@aha.org
Jay Lechtman oversees growth strategy for the company’s healthcare offerings. 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 a number of healthcare information technology and services companies, including Ingenix (now Optum), part of UnitedHealth Group. He is a journalist by training, with degrees from The Johns Hopkins University and Stanford University, and with experience in local, national, and international news, politics, and features with several mainstream and specialty publications including The Baltimore Sun.