How to be Risk Professional of the Year
ASHRM CE Credit: 1
ASHRM 2022 Health Care Risk Management Professional of the Year has experience as a Nurse and Lawyer who has worked Ambulatory and Research Hospital care areas. Paul John D'Aquila has worn a lot of hats and is excited to share his experience with ASHRM. Join the conversation as Paul talks about professional growth, mentorship and how to become an award-winning risk professional.
No two risk professionals share the exact same experience. In the words of Fran Charney, ASHRM’s director of risk management, “If you’ve met one risk professional, you’ve met one” and Paul D’Aquila RN, JD, CPHRM is one stand out risk professional. Paul is the Risk/Litigation Management Director of UCLA Health, has over 20 years of experience as a risk professional, and was the 2022 winner of the ASHRM Health Care Risk Management Professional of the Year. With his wealth of experience, Paul was a natural choice but when the notification of being the award recipient popped up, he thought it was a phishing attempt! Join Paul in an interview discussion focused on professional growth, mentorship, enhancement of risk skills, elevating the profession and what it means to be named the risk management professional of the year.
1. Recognize the importance of education and professional development for risk professionals at all levels of experience.
2. Develop an environment that supports the recruitment and retention of new risk professionals.
3. Recognize the different skills that can be developed in various health care settings.
4. Understand the application process for the ASHRM Health Care Risk Management Professional of the Year award
|ASHRM CE Credits||1.0|
|Level - Foundational (F), Practitioner (P), Advanced (A)||F|
For questions regarding this webinar, contact ASHRMEd@aha.org
Paul D’Aquila RN, JD, CPHRMis currently the Risk & Litigation Director for UCLA Health System in Los Angeles, California. UCLA Health, consistently ranked nationally and in California, as a top health care system, consists of 4 academic medical centers and 200 plus medical clinics and surgical centers throughout Southern California, including physicians and other providers at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine.
Paul is both a Registered Nurse and an Attorney with an extensive 20 plus year background in hospital-based risk management, legal, compliance, and patient safety. Paul has spoken at IHI, ASHRM, and locally at SCAHRM on various risk management and legal health care topics. With his background in nursing and law, his passion is providing education and guidance to both health care leaders and clinicians on the legal risks associated with the delivery of care in a complex health care system.