Because HCRM provides participants with tools that help in establishing clinical risk management programs in health care organizations and describe the steps in building clinical risk management programs, and also the key ingredients that have contributed to the success of risk assessment, identification and management.
What is HCRM?
HCRM is an eight-month certification course consisting of classroom and practicum training.
This certification course offers healthcare providers about 400 credit hours.
What will you gain?
Join leaders in risk management to:
- Use terminology common to risk management professionals.
- Discuss clinical risk management concepts and apply to practice.
- Develop an effective clinical risk management program.
- Use various risk management techniques to facilitate risk management activities.
- Implement effective clinical risk management strategies.
What topics will the course cover?
The course includes the following modules:
- Principles of risk.
- Background and history.
- Risk management professional.
- Patient safety culture.
- Risk management process.
- Risk management program.
- Occupational safety, health, and environmental impairment.
- Financial risk and claim management.
- Important areas for clinical risk management.
- Adult learning and facilitation skills.
Who should attend?
This course is recommended for quality coordinators and leaders of quality teams/committees, specifically those that are directly involved in establishing a quality improvement and patient safety program within health care organisations. This course would benefit leaders of other quality initiatives such as infection control and safety, as common principles and techniques are used. Participants include:
- Risk managers.
- Safety officers.
- Quality improvement coordinators.
- Infection prevention and control practitioners.