dha712 | Graduate
Risk Mgmt In Complex Organizations
Managing risk in an organization requires demonstration of an understanding of legal, licensure, certification, and accreditation dynamics, as well as litigation management within the context of corporate compliance. The student will apply concepts from labor law, risk financing, contract law, partnership agreements, and professional credentialing. Discussion will also include human subjects' research, data security, and biotechnology.
- Explain the historical evolution of risk management and quality management, which have contributed to the theoretical foundations of risk management.
- Utilize practical approaches to operational risk identification and process improvement.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of risk management and quality management tools for examining and managing operational risk through corporate governance guidelines.
- Manage risk liability across health systems while incorporating risk financing techniques.
- Examine laws and regulations affecting risk management in health care organizations.
- Develop organizational responses and system change interventions for managing risk and improving quality.
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