The Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Task Force is committed to advancing the understanding and application of enterprise risk principles to the health care industry. The premise of health care enterprise risk management is that by evaluating all risk exposures confronting an organization and addressing these risks proactively, the organization will optimize its ability to provide safe, efficient, and effective patient care while preserving the organizational assets required to deliver such care. The scope of health care enterprise risk management is broad, and encompasses all risk domains (categories): operational, financial, technology, human capital, strategic, legal and regulatory. The ERM approach facilitates the development and implementation of pragmatic, reasonable, and realistic solutions to managing risk for health care organizations and providers.
Publications and Resources
Issues and Considerations in an Evolving Liability Environment: Summaries and Checklists Regarding Protections for Board of Directors and Executive Officers- Published on December 17, 2018
This Toolkit identifies liability issues for directors and officers that organizations should be aware of and provides checklists of matters to consider with respect to managing challenges and risks.
Examining a Top-Down Approach to Enterprise Risk Management
- 2018 Annual Meeting Luncheon Presentation, June 25, 2018
The Cybersecurity Landscape: Intersection of Cyber Loss, Patient Safety, and Enterprise Risk Management -
AHLA Connections, September 2018