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8 Care and compassion


‘Sharing and caring’ through enterprise risk management (ERM) was chosen as the over-riding theme of the 2014 ASHRM conference. Jacque Mitchell, the organization’s 2014 president, tells HRMR how this can be applied.


10 Stay connected


Picking up on some of the themes of the 2014 ASHRM conference, RIMS president Carolyn Snow offers her views on risk management today.


6 12 View from the fi nance chair


What does the current risk landscape look like to healthcare CFOs? HRMR found out from Brian Lovdahl, CFO for Baldwin Area Medical Center.


14 A different angle


Thomas Piotrowski of Clarity PSO, looks back over the evolution of PSOs and gives his view of their future role.


18 Getting to zero 18


Lee McMullin, president elect of SCAHRM, spoke to HRMR about the route to zero patient harm.


22 Wearing your health on your sleeve


Chris Brooking and Tom Kennedy of Barbican Insurance Group, report to HRMR the pros and cons of using wearable technology in healthcare.


26 Caring for your caregivers


Beth Wood from Lockton outlines seven best practices for post- injury management in healthcare.


30 Raising the safety bar 30


Dr Dan Cohen, International Medical Director, Datix, explains what healthcare can learn from high reliability organizations.


34 Paying for the ACA


What effect is accountable care having on the employer/provider/ payer relationship? Aon’s Ron Calhoun and Michael Taylor offer some answers.


38 Managing potential liability in the physician offi ce


Devising a risk mitigation plan where nurse practitioners and physician assistants are employed needs care, says Ann D. Gaffey from Sedgwick.


42 Compliance made easy 42 4 | HEALTHCARE RISK MANAGEMENT REVIEW | Annual 2014


Marlene Wilson of Garretson examines the complexities of reporting risk management write-offs to Medicare.


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