Enterprise Risk Management in Home Care & Hospice


[1351]Enterprise Risk Management for Home Care & Hospice

Subscription Type: Individual


This program provides focus on how to establish a robust risk management program. It enables the home health administrator to:

  • understand the key principles of risk management
  • identify key elements of an enterprise risk management program
  • identify strategies to minimize risk
  • understand options to finance risk
  • identify common home care hazards/risks and develop a plan to address those risks
  • explore common home care risk scenarios and how to manage risk
  • This program is presented by Nancy T. Poblenz, RN, BSN, DDS, JD, CPHRM. Nancy serves as the Litigation and Loss Prevention Director for CHRISTUS Health, based in Houston Texas. In this capacity, she is responsible for the claims investigation and litigation management of all matters involving the healthcare system, including professional, general, employment, business, class action and other litigation against CHRISTUS Health facilities.

    She also coordinates the corporate response to all government and regulatory investigations. As corporate Loss Prevention Director she is responsible for leading all corporate loss prevention initiatives. She serves on various corporate committees, including the corporate Quality Committee and Clinical Policy Team, and is active in the CHRISTUS St. John Hospital Ethics Committee. Nancy’s publications include an article on Medical Futility published in the Houston Bar Journal and a chapter on Medical Tourism in the First Edition of Enterprise Risk Management, a textbook recently published by the American Health Lawyers Association. She is a frequent speaker on healthcare related topics.

    Education-Training Credits:

    • 1.25 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

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