Creating An Effective Medical Risk Management Program

Medical risk management, a training strategy designed to reduce liability, can be challenging to facilitate without the right program in place.

To build their physicians’ medical risk management skills, many practices haves started to implement risk management training courses alongside other pre-existing learning management systems. These e-learning courses can be mutually supportive when applied together.

A risk management program has the potential to reduce claims and liabilities. It also has the potential to be tedious or trite. Be sure your med risk management program is an engaging, intuitive, and modular experience for those who participate. A medical risk management program will implement certain features to contribute to malpractice risk management strategies through learning practices gathered from industry-based and scientific research.

What To Look For In A Medical Risk Management Program

Med risk management is typically delivered across e-learning courses or through live events including conferences and symposiums. When considering a potential host for medical risk management programming, it’s helpful to look for a vendor that:

  • Emphasizes risk management initiatives
  • Targets physician engagement and participation
  • Integrates seamlessly with third-party e-learning courses
  • Reduces your technical support calls
  • Builds brand awareness
  • Reflects your organization in a positive way
  • Includes single-sign-on to promote ease of use
  • Reports interactively by tracking physician participation
  • Offers customized risk management curriculum to learners
  • Automates dashboard display based on status of curriculum completion
  • Provides built-in support resources including FAQs, checklists, and tip sheets

At EthosCE, we provide a highly engaging learning management system that supports medical risk management education programs to combat liability and increase physician interaction. In addition to providing educational programming, we also offer interactive reporting tools to gauge physician participation and reinforce learning through surveys and assessments. For more information about our services, please contact us at 267-234-7401.

 

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