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Blogs By Michelle Foster Earle, Guest Blogger

Don’t Let Your Clients Fail to Delegate and Hold Partners Accountable

Healthcare risk managers work hard to identify patient safety hazards, assess the level and type of risk, control or remove potential harm and loss triggers, monitor risks and improve performance.  With their eyes on patient safety and internal risk management activities, a few things sometimes fall through the cracks because they are out of sight,  Continue Reading »

Don’t Leave Money on the Table

Healthcare risk managers work hard to identify patient safety hazards, assess the level and type of risk, control or remove potential harm and loss triggers, monitor risks and improve performance.  With their eyes on patient safety and internal risk management activities, a few things sometimes fall through the cracks because they are out of sight,  Continue Reading »

5 Reasons Blockchain Could be the Next Solution for Secure Access to Patient Data

What is bitcoin? What is blockchain? If you’ve never heard of either, you probably have no idea what either of them could possibly have to do with healthcare. Bitcoin is an alternative type of payment system that is sometimes mentioned in the media as “Cryptocurrency” or digital currency.  Bitcoin and other digital currencies rely on  Continue Reading »

Managing the Media in Healthcare Crisis Situations.

This is the fourth entry in a series of blog posts covering all aspects of managing the media during a healthcare crisis. Being prepared to handle the media during a crisis is an essential aspect of successful management. In this series we have covered: The initial response and disaster planning. Crisis communications. Selecting and training  Continue Reading »

Managing the Media in Healthcare Crisis Situations.

This is the third entry in a series of blog posts covering all aspects of managing the media during a healthcare crisis. Being prepared to handle the media during a crisis is an essential aspect of successful management. In this series we will cover: The initial response and disaster planning. Crisis communications. Selecting and training  Continue Reading »