Webinar

Top Care Delivery Risks That Could Jeopardize Your Organization

Location: Webinar
Start date:

9/17/2019 11:15 AM

End date:

9/17/2019 12:15 PM

Industries: Healthcare
Webinar
Event details

Ensuring the quality and safety of patient care is inherent to the mission of healthcare providers. Diligent and continuous focus is needed to prevent and mitigate clinical process failures, which put patients at risk but also place healthcare facilities at risk with regard to reputation and loss of revenue due to readmission, extended length of stay, government imposed penalties, and lawsuits. Medical errors resulting from clinical process failures, such as diagnostic errors, medical mistakes, the absence of safety nets, poorly coordinated care, and unwarranted variation in physician practice patterns, are the third leading cause of death, resulting in over 250,000 deaths per year in the U.S. alone. This session will provide an update on top clinical risks in the healthcare industry and how a clinical risk assessment can help identify, prioritize, and mitigate risks. 

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By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Discuss top clinical risks in healthcare 
  2. Discuss how clinical assessments can positively the bottom line 
  3. Describe risks that can be mitigated by performing a clinical assessment to identify deviations from standard practice 

This session is recommended for 1.0 hours of CPE credit.

Program level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advance preparation: None
Field of study: Specialized Knowledge

Continuing professional education:
Additional CPE Information 

There is no registration fee for participating in this webinar; therefore, there is no cancellation fee.

Note: All participants MUST be logged into the webinar INDIVIDUALLY to receive CPE credit. CPE credit will only be granted in the name of the individual logged into the presentation. Crowe LLP is unable to grant CPE credit for groups viewing the webinar.

Additional information

For additional information please contact Mandy Witmer.