The Risk Management and Patient Safety Institute Announces 2010 National Risk Management Conference, Dates
The conference will take place April 26-27, 2010 at the Hotel 1000 in Seattle. This year's focus, "The Human Aspects of Health Care: Tools for Moving into the Future," will help providers address the "human factors" that occur in a health care environment, including information and strategies to:
"The Risk Management and Patient Safety Institute is excited to offer another national seminar that addresses the topics most relevant to today's health care providers and risk managers," said Karol Wareck-Russ, group vice president of the RM&PSI. "Over the years, we've started implementing new, more effective processes and procedures, but the human aspect remains the ultimate variable. We hope to address the topics that help our providers better manage the human condition and improve how people interact within the systems we've put in place."
The deadline for the fall conference registration is March 17, 2010, with an early registration discount before Feb. 26, 2010. Additional conference and registration information can be obtained by visiting the institute's Web site, www.rmpsi.com.
The Risk Management and Patient Safety Institute (RM&PSI), a subsidiary of FinCor Holdings Inc., is a leader in helping health care providers and institutions with clinical risk reduction, quality patient outcomes, education and claims management. For more information, go to www.rmpsi.com.
About FinCor Holdings
Through its subsidiaries - FinCor Solutions, The Risk Management and Patient Safety Institute, MHA Insurance Company, Washington Casualty Company and Capital Risk Solutions - FinCor Holdings Inc. provides industry-leading insurance products and support services, including medical professional liability insurance, workers' compensation insurance and risk management solutions to clients nationally. With its years of experience focusing on financial loss protection and clinical risk reduction, FinCor Holdings has built an outstanding reputation for serving the needs of the health care industry.
For more information, visit www.fincorholdings.com.
-- Implement a culture of patient-centered quality and safety -- Manage the human issues related to electronic medical records -- Identify and address "burnout" in health care providers -- Foster a positive work environment -- Employ practical leadership principles for an emerging era in health care that demands value and excellence
SOURCE Risk Management and Patient Safety Institute
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