Jan 4, 2022
This webinar is a panel discussion that outlines why efficiency matters in your MedMal claims process and how your organization can benefit by embracing an early resolution ethos
Dec 16, 2021
Building on Part 1 and II, this webinar will look at the next steps in defending cases that arise during the pandemic.
Nov 29, 2021
This session will instruct experienced risk management professionals on ways they can stay ahead of the hardening insurance market by examining how excess pricing is determined and teaching them about the use of alternative program structures to mitigate the increased cost. We will begin with an…
Oct 28, 2021
Come join the speakers wrap up this three-webinar series on vaccine mandates as they focus on answering pressing questions raised by the audience at the earlier webinars and discussing what could be on the horizon.
Oct 26, 2021
There’s still time to register for ASHRM’s Virtual Conference. As the health care risk management profession evolves, these conference sessions give risk management professionals the opportunity to learn from peers who consistently innovate to meet shifting needs.
Oct 7, 2021
Webinar Date: December 13, 2021, Noon CT - This webinar will discuss Boston Medical's unique peer review model so other organizations may realize similar reductions in unanticipated perinatal outcomes.
Oct 7, 2021
Preparing for a Crisis Standard of Care Plan implementation includes assessing how providers and staff will be supported in their decision-making during the most stressful times. This webinar will look at the challenges of front-line care during a CSOS status, including reviewing how to prepare for…
Oct 6, 2021
The speakers will discuss key "carrots and sticks" associated with vaccine mandates in a health care organization and the implication of these on practice.
Sep 9, 2021
The program will highlight the ways in which a CMO can amplify the quality, safety and risk message in a hospital.
Sep 8, 2021
This first webinar in the three-part series will discuss the various "carrots" and "sticks" the government, payers, and other stakeholders use to influence vaccinations, and the compliance implications of state and federal statutes, caselaw and regulatory guidance.