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Job Opening - Healthcare Risk Manager

Healthcare Risk Manager, Risk Management The Risk Manager investigates and resolves incidents and grievances; secures evidence; creates and documents investigative files; resolves disputes/claims with patient and/or family members; resolves facility risk related issues; facilitates corrective action; initiates reports to insurance carrier and regulatory agencies; assesses damages and injury for claims, answers interrogatories and request to produce for claims, prepares staff for depositions and trials, and manages and coordinates claims with defense counsel. Identifies opportunities for the improvement of quality, safety and cost, as well as patient, customer, and employee satisfaction. Work for an award winning team! LAKELAND REGIONAL HEALTH is a large, globally recognized, award winning, integrated healthcare system located in Central Florida. Our 864-bed main Lakeland Campus is one of the largest hospitals in the state of Florida and also operates the busiest single-site Emergency Department in the nation. Our Award Winning Workplace has achieved best workplace awards from Forbes, Becker's, Florida Hospital Association, and Gallup (among only 40 organizations world-wide); achieved "Most Wired Advance" Hospital (among only 16 hospitals in the nation); and earned a Leap Frog "A" Safety Rating. We continue to grow and recently completed the addition of a $275M eight story, 170 bed, Women's & Children's Pavilion on our main Lakeland Campus. Lakeland Regional Health is improving lives every day through safe and exceptional care, prevention and wellness, education and discovery. Please visit us at myLRH.org. Organizational Highlights: • Award-winning workplace • State-of-the-art technology/treatments • Growth and Opportunity • Employee-centric • Comprehensive benefits • 100 years of stability Education: •Bachelor's Degree; Masters Degree a plus Credentials: •Registered Nurse •Meet "Qualified Healthcare Risk Manager" competencies in accordance with FL Stat. 395.0197(2) •Certified Professional Healthcare Risk Manager highly preferred •Staff RN experience •Prefer entry level management experience Benefits at Lakeland Regional Health: •Medical Insurance (Preventative Care Covered at 100%) •Prescription Plan •Dental Insurance •Vision Insurance •Life Insurance• Retirement Plans •Pay Differentials •Free YMCA membership •Anniversary Appreciation Awards •And so much more! Apply today! Email your resume to [email protected] To learn more visit us at: myLRH.org Equal Opportunity Employer

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Are you struggling with "Disclosure"?

Are you interested in learning more about how to conduct an effective "Disclosure"?

FSHRMPS is pleased to announce that our 2019 Annual Meeting & Education Conference will feature a special session on the topic of Disclosure – How Can We Mitigate our Risk?

This session will provide an examination of the mandatory disclosure requirements of Florida Statute Section 395.0197.  The art of crafting neutral and effective disclosures without admitting guilt or placing blame.  Finally, disclosures and litigation  - the good, the bad and the ugly – true stories from the front line.

The conference registration fee will soon be increasing.  Please click here to register today!

August 15 & 16, 2019 

Orlando FL

Elevating Patient Safety By Reducing Risk 

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Job Opening: Risk Manager - Moffitt Cancer Center

Moffitt Cancer Center is internationally recognized for our focus on personalized cancer care and translational research. With a tradition of excellence that began with the first patient admission in 1986, dedicated Moffitt physicians, scientists and staff members have remained committed to excellence in an atmostphere characterized by kindness, caring and hope.

To apply for this position click here. 

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Advocacy Alert - AHCA Quality Measures Form

As you know House Bill 843 was signed into law and the effective date was July 1, 2019.   

The law requires AHCA to create a "form" with data that must be provided (by each hospital) to patients or a patient's representative. 

During a meeting yesterday of the State Consumer Health Information and Policy Advisory Council, representatives from AHCA reported that in order to develop the "form" they will first need to initiate a formal rule making process.  We expect that process to be initiated in the near future as AHCA works to develop an explanation of the quality measures and the relationship between patient safety and the hospital's data for the quality measures as required in the law.

Many of you have contacted me with concerns about the “form” mentioned above as well as the development of the “explanation” required in the bill.  Please note that I have been in contact with the leadership of AHCA and I will be working with our Advocacy Committee to provide input on both the “form” and the “explanation” of the relationship between patient safety and quality measures. Please be sure to follow future Advocacy Alert Messages for an update on the timeline and the specifics of the form development and implementation. 

Click here for the full text of the HB 843.

Click here for information from the AHCA State Consumer Health Information and Policy Council.

Click here to join the FSHRMPS Advocacy Committee

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Revised Annual Risk Management Survey Process

During our recent conference, Kim Smoak from (AHCA) provided an update on the implementation of the revised Annual Risk Management Survey Process. AHCA has requested input on the experience of our members who have undergone a survey over the past three months. If you would like to provide anonymous input on your recent experience with the revised AHCA survey process please click here.

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