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Health Risk Management Officer

This course does not replace the exam review courses offered by ASHRM and IHI. Attendance of this course does not guarantee passing of the exam nor does it fulfil the eligibility requirements stipulated by ASHRM/American Hospital Association and IHI.

2 days course

Abu Dhabi

Course Details

Risks to patients, staff, and organizations are prevalent in healthcare. Thus, it is necessary for an organization to have a qualified person to assess, develop, implement, and monitor risk management plans with the goal of minimizing exposure. There are many priorities to a healthcare organization, such as finance, safety and most importantly, patient care. 


Risk managers are trained to handle various issues in multiple settings. The duties a risk manager undertakes are ultimately determined by the specific organization managers identify and evaluate risks as a means to reduce injury to patients, staff members, and visitors within an organization. Risk managers work proactively and reactively to either prevent incident or to minimize the damages following an event.

Benefits of attending the course

Who should attend

  1. Risk Managers 

  2. Patient Safety Officers 

  3. Chief Quality Officers 

  4. Quality Managers 

  5. Hospital administrators

Course duration

2 days Course dated on:​

  1. January 17, 2020 | 08:00 to 17:00

  2. January 18, 2020 | 08:00 to 17:00

The Healthcare Risk Management Course provides attendees an overview on the two premier certifications in Healthcare. Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM) is the health care industry’s noted certification for the risk management professionals, which is offered by the American Hospital Association. The American Hospital Association’s Certification Center determines eligibility requirements, exam content, testing procedures and other aspects of the certification, and oversees the examination process. 
This credential is awarded through a thorough examination covering five domains: 

  • Clinical/Patient Safety 

  • Risk Financing 

  • Legal and Regulatory 

  • Healthcare Operations 

  • Claims and Litigation

Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS) is the health care industry’s noted certification for the patient safety professionals, which is offered by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI). IHI determines the eligibility requirements, exam content, testing procedures and other aspects of the certification, and oversees the examination process. CPPS is earned by professionals who have demonstrated a high level of proficiency in the core standards of patient safety.
This credential is awarded through a thorough examination covering five patient safety domains: 

  • Culture 

  • Leadership 

  • Patient Safety Risks and Solutions 

  • Measuring and Improving Performance 

  • Systems Thinking and Design / Human Factors 

  • By attending this, course attendees will gain the much-required knowledge to sit for the CPHRM and CPPS exams.

Health Risk Management

Officer

This course does not replace the exam review courses offered by ASHRM and IHI. Attendance of this course does not guarantee passing of the exam nor does it fulfil the eligibility requirements stipulated by ASHRM/American Hospital Association and IHI.

What

Health Risk

Management Officer

When

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Where

Abu Dhabi

Contact Us

To learn more, don’t hesitate to get in touch

ec@natcenter.ae+971 2 4957060

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