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Risk management programs are implemented to prevent adverse

Risk management programs are implemented to prevent adverse outcomes and minimize potential losses. The lack of a risk management program could represent lossing money that could be prevented. In order to work, these programs must have a strong structure (authority, visibility, communication and coordination mechanisms and accountability) in place, they must be enterprise-wise, and they must be aligned with the organization's Vision, Mission, Values and Goals and uses a structured decision-making process. Key concepts in risk management are risk identification, risk analysis, risk control and risk financing. The scope of risk management programs is to protect patients, employees, professionals, financial and property.

How an organization can identify problems (the first step) which can potentially produce losses?

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Risk management programs are implemented to prevent adverse outcomes and minimize potential losses. The lack of a risk management program could represent lossing money that could be prevented. In order to work, these programs must have a strong structure (authority, visibility, communication and coordination mechanisms and accountability) in place, they must be enterprise-wise, and they must be aligned with the organization's Vision, Mission, Values and Goals and uses a structured ...

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Risk management programs are implemented to prevent adverse outcomes and minimize potential losses. The lack of a risk management program could represent lossing money that could be prevented. In order to work, these programs must have a strong structure (authority, visibility, communication and coordination mechanisms and accountability) in place, they must be enterprise-wise, and they must be aligned with the organization's Vision, Mission, Values and Goals and uses a structured decision-making process. Key concepts in risk management are risk identification, risk analysis, risk control and risk financing. The scope of risk management programs is to protect patients, employees, professionals, financial and property.

How an organization can identify problems (the first step) which can potentially produce losses?

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