Call for Presentations: 2014 American Society for Healthcare Risk Management Annual Conference & Exhibition
October 26-29, 2014 Anaheim, California
Showcase your healthcare risk management insights and expertise at the 2014 ASHRM Annual Conference & Exhibition.
Deadline for submission is December 15, 2013.
ASHRM is currently seeking presenters for next year's annual conference at the Anaheim Convention Center, October 26-29, 2014.
If you would like to share a new idea or unique experience that will help advance the healthcare risk management profession and careers of other risk managers, or if you have a fresh perspective about current and future trends, we want to hear from you. Submissions are being considered for concurrent sessions only. The concurrent educational sessions are organized into six educational tracks, based on the domains of the profession, which are:
Clinical / Patient Safety Track
The Clinical / Patient Safety track offers strategies for improving patient safety by delving into issues related to error prevention, communication and information management.
Legal & Regulatory Track
The Legal & Regulatory track examines the implications of legislation, regulation and compliance to the healthcare industry and the delivery of care.
Risk Financing Track
The Risk Financing track focuses on practices related to funding risk, including coverage options, actuarial analysis and legislation.
Claims & Litigation Track
The Claims & Litigation track explores the facets of claims management programs, litigation strategies, as well as examining exposures in different healthcare settings.
Healthcare Operations Track
The Healthcare Operations track examines the risk associated with the conduct of business operations including human capital, technology, hazard, strategic and financial processes.
Leadership Development Track
The Leadership Development track concentrates on providing participants with information on core business functions, practical applications and a variety of methods for enhancing leadership performance.
Sessions will help shape the ideas and strategies that influence top risk management and patient safety professionals. There is particular interest in presentations designed to expand the knowledge base of individuals who have been in risk management for more than 10 years and that offer a new twist on an old principle or a solution to a new challenge.
Preference will be given to presentations that will engage and motivate attendees through unique methods of learning and offer tangible takeaways with solid solutions.
Submission proposals will be accepted through December 15, 2013.