This webinar features Ray Miller – Director of Risk Management and Kari Harbaugh – Senior Product Consultant, Direct Supply.
Resident risk in healthcare is a very real concept. Aside from the most common occurrences, there is another type of “risk scenario” often found within institutional settings: the risk that comes from interventions intended to prevent all harm from all risks – even the risk of walking, eating and participating in activities that traditionally have been determined to be safe for seniors.
Administrators and caregivers are challenged to find balance between creating a safe environment, evaluating a community’s risk tolerance and identifying legal and ethical issues – all while maintaining resident quality of life.
After this webinar, participants will be better able to:
- Recognize areas where risk, care and culture can collide with or complement each other
- Understand risk-related exposures and interventions and their impact on individual settings
- Apply analytical tools and developmental processes to create corrective measures
- Implement the appropriate interventions and share them to bring about and sustain the desired changes in processes, training and culture
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