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Risk Management In Complex Health Organizations

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Managing risk in health care organizations involves strategic resource management to reduce loss, maximize financial stability, and protect assets. Practitioners must have an understanding of insurance and finance principles as well as litigation management within the context of corporate compliance. Students will apply concepts from claims administration, human resource management, and information technology to analyze how integrated resource management promotes operational efficiency, ethical leadership, and employee retention. Competency A: Evaluate organizational strengths and vulnerabilities to identify operational risk exposure and opportunities for process improvement. Competency B: Manage enterprise risk by identifying potential events that may affect the entity, incorporating risk financing techniques, and developing risk mitigation strategies. Competency C: Examine laws, regulations, and compliance programs affecting risk management in health care organizations. Competency D: Compare and contrast leadership practices that promote employee loyalty and retention within regulatory constraints. Competency E: Leverage institutional resources to protect assets and reduce financial, operating, strategic, regulatory, environmental, reputational, and political risk.

This graduate-level course is 8 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 8 weeks

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    Risk Management Principles

    • Competency A: Evaluate organizational strengths and vulnerabilities to identify operational risk exposure and opportunities for process improvement. [Wk 1]
    • Competency B: Manage enterprise risk by identifying potential events that may affect the entity, incorporating risk financing techniques, and developing risk mitigation strategies. [Wk 1]
    • Competency C: Examine laws, regulations, and compliance programs affecting risk management in health care organizations. [Wk 1]
    • Competency D: Compare and contrast leadership practices that promote employee loyalty and retention within regulatory constraints. [Wk 1]
    • Competency E: Leverage institutional resources to protect assets and reduce financial, operating, strategic, regulatory, environmental, reputational, and political risk. [Wk 1]

    Litigation Management and Corporate Compliance

    • Competency A: Evaluate organizational strengths and vulnerabilities to identify operational risk exposure and opportunities for process improvement. [Wk 2]
    • Competency B: Manage enterprise risk by identifying potential events that may affect the entity, incorporating risk financing techniques, and developing risk mitigation strategies. [Wk 2]
    • Competency C: Examine laws, regulations, and compliance programs affecting risk management in health care organizations. [Wk 2]
    • Competency D: Compare and contrast leadership practices that promote employee loyalty and retention within regulatory constraints. [Wk 2]
    • Competency E: Leverage institutional resources to protect assets and reduce financial, operating, strategic, regulatory, environmental, reputational, and political risk. [Wk 2]

    Innovation and Adaptation

    • Competency A: Evaluate organizational strengths and vulnerabilities to identify operational risk exposure and opportunities for process improvement. [Wk 8]
    • Competency B: Manage enterprise risk by identifying potential events that may affect the entity, incorporating risk financing techniques, and developing risk mitigation strategies. [Wk 8]
    • Competency C: Examine laws, regulations, and compliance programs affecting risk management in health care organizations. [Wk 8]
    • Competency D: Compare and contrast leadership practices that promote employee loyalty and retention within regulatory constraints. [Wk 8]
    • Competency E: Leverage institutional resources to protect assets and reduce financial, operating, strategic, regulatory, environmental, reputational, and political risk. [Wk 8]

    Risk Financing and Claims Administration

    • Competency A: Evaluate organizational strengths and vulnerabilities to identify operational risk exposure and opportunities for process improvement. [Wk 4]
    • Competency B: Manage enterprise risk by identifying potential events that may affect the entity, incorporating risk financing techniques, and developing risk mitigation strategies. [Wk 4]
    • Competency C: Examine laws, regulations, and compliance programs affecting risk management in health care organizations. [Wk 4]
    • Competency D: Compare and contrast leadership practices that promote employee loyalty and retention within regulatory constraints. [Wk 4]
    • Competency E: Leverage institutional resources to protect assets and reduce financial, operating, strategic, regulatory, environmental, reputational, and political risk. [Wk 4]

    Information Technology as a Risk Management Tool

    • Competency A: Evaluate organizational strengths and vulnerabilities to identify operational risk exposure and opportunities for process improvement. [Wk 5]
    • Competency B: Manage enterprise risk by identifying potential events that may affect the entity, incorporating risk financing techniques, and developing risk mitigation strategies. [Wk 5]
    • Competency C: Examine laws, regulations, and compliance programs affecting risk management in health care organizations. [Wk 5]
    • Competency D: Compare and contrast leadership practices that promote employee loyalty and retention within regulatory constraints. [Wk 5]
    • Competency E: Leverage institutional resources to protect assets and reduce financial, operating, strategic, regulatory, environmental, reputational, and political risk. [Wk 5]

    Management of Human Resources

    • Competency A: Evaluate organizational strengths and vulnerabilities to identify operational risk exposure and opportunities for process improvement. [Wk 6]
    • Competency B: Manage enterprise risk by identifying potential events that may affect the entity, incorporating risk financing techniques, and developing risk mitigation strategies. [Wk 6]
    • Competency C: Examine laws, regulations, and compliance programs affecting risk management in health care organizations. [Wk 6]
    • Competency D: Compare and contrast leadership practices that promote employee loyalty and retention within regulatory constraints. [Wk 6]
    • Competency E: Leverage institutional resources to protect assets and reduce financial, operating, strategic, regulatory, environmental, reputational, and political risk. [Wk 6]

    Ethics and Leadership

    • Competency A: Evaluate organizational strengths and vulnerabilities to identify operational risk exposure and opportunities for process improvement. [Wk 7]
    • Competency B: Manage enterprise risk by identifying potential events that may affect the entity, incorporating risk financing techniques, and developing risk mitigation strategies. [Wk 7]
    • Competency C: Examine laws, regulations, and compliance programs affecting risk management in health care organizations. [Wk 7]
    • Competency D: Compare and contrast leadership practices that promote employee loyalty and retention within regulatory constraints. [Wk 7]
    • Competency E: Leverage institutional resources to protect assets and reduce financial, operating, strategic, regulatory, environmental, reputational, and political risk. [Wk 7]

    Enterprise Risk Management

    • Competency A: Evaluate organizational strengths and vulnerabilities to identify operational risk exposure and opportunities for process improvement. [Wk 3]
    • Competency B: Manage enterprise risk by identifying potential events that may affect the entity, incorporating risk financing techniques, and developing risk mitigation strategies. [Wk 3]
    • Competency C: Examine laws, regulations, and compliance programs affecting risk management in health care organizations. [Wk 3]
    • Competency D: Compare and contrast leadership practices that promote employee loyalty and retention within regulatory constraints. [Wk 3]
    • Competency E: Leverage institutional resources to protect assets and reduce financial, operating, strategic, regulatory, environmental, reputational, and political risk. [Wk 3]
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