ASHRM

Mar 20, 2022
In celebration of Health Care Risk Management Week 2022, ASHRM is spotlighting individual risk professionals and the incredible work they do every day. We are looking for ASHRM members that want to share their stories and be potentially featured during HRM Week. Share your story and inspire…
Mar 14, 2022
2022 Call for Leadership Nominations is Now Closed Application Deadline: Tuesday, April 19 The ASHRM election process is critical to the success and growth of the society. This is your opportunity to elect leaders who will enable ASHRM to achieve its vision and mission.
Feb 23, 2022
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Feb 23, 2022
As wave after wave of COVID-19 rolls across the nation, claims and litigation follow on its wake. The presenters are on the frontline of the national defense and will provide a comprehensive outline of the state-of-the art courts decisions, immunities and strategies.
Feb 15, 2022
ASHRM Volunteer Faculty for 2023 Now Closed Application Deadline: Sunday, April 17 Apply today to take a leading role in educating the next generation of health care risk management professionals. This is an excellent opportunity for experienced risk management leaders to give back to the…
Jan 28, 2022
Journal of Healthcare risk management features articles on research, trends, and new developments in the field of health care risk management.
Jan 27, 2022
This session will highlight tips for a successful virtual meeting when emotions may run high, featuring a unique case study at the University of Michigan.
Jan 24, 2022
This webinar will review the CDC’s Core Practices for Infection Prevention and Control that can be implemented to reduce harm to patients in all healthcare settings.
Jan 24, 2022
During this webinar program, our expert faculty will review evidence-based strategies to improve infection control practices and eliminate reprocessing errors commonly observed in clinical practice.