Hello from the Other Side: What Health Care Organizations Can Learn about ERM from Other Industries
Presented by Riskonnect
Thursday, February 4 at Noon CT
ASHRM CE Credit: 1
In this presentation, the speakers will discuss observations "outsiders" are noticing about organizations related to ERM.
Health care is no stranger to adopting best practices from other industries – and Enterprise Risk Management is no exception. Health care provider organizations, in fact, are beginning to hire ERM leaders from outside of health care to tap into the experience of more mature industries, markets, and geographies. What are these "outsiders" finding once they arrive? How are their perspectives benefiting their health care organizations, and are they finding examples where healthcare's application of ERM could serve as lessons for others?
- • How health care's application of ERM aligns with -- and varies from -- the experience of other industries
- • The critical components and approaches to ERM across every organization and industry
- • What health care organizations can teach others about effective Enterprise Risk Management
- • Why Integrated Risk Management may be a more relevant term than either Enterprise Risk Management or Governance, Risk & Compliance.
For questions regarding this webinar, contact ASHRMEd@aha.org
Jodi Schreurs is a VPRM and CCO, Jodi was instrumental in reorganizing the 46-hospital health system, based in Fargo, ND, around an integrated Enterprise Risk Management model, centralizing all organizational risk areas into one department, including Risk Management, Insurance, Claims, Patient Relations, Emergency Preparedness, Workers Compensation, Privacy, and Compliance. Jodi also served Sanford as senior corporate counsel from 2016 to 2018. Jodi came to healthcare compliance and risk management from the frozen food industry, as managing attorney for The Schwan Food Company for more than a decade, overseeing the company's claims, litigation, and insurance programs.
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.