1 Location: Columbia Sheraton Hotel Wincopin Circle Columbia, MD Cost: $30 Members $45 Non-Members MD-DC SHRM Educational Meeting June 21, 2012 Risk Management Lightning Rounds Bang for Your Buck Don't Get Caught Registration Information: Contact: Rina Borg OMG Risky Business Guardianship Challenged Relationships Risk Dashboard Networking Reception following round table discussions CEUs are being requested Each table will have facilitator(s) to help share your experiences, concerns and best practices for 15 minutes, then you will move to another topic table 5:00-5:30 pm Registration 5:30-6:45 pm Round table discussions 6:45-7:30 pm Networking Reception Bring your business cards for networking and door prize drawing The next Education Meeting will be in conjunction with the Annual Dinner Meeting to be held December 6 th or 13 th There will be NO Education Meeting this fall due to ASHRM National Conference being held at the Gaylord Hotel at National Harbor, MD
2 June 21, 2012 MD-DC SHRM Educational Meeting Registration Columbia Sheraton Hotel, Columbia, MD (Driving directions on final page) " Risk Management Lightning Rounds " Name: Title: Organization: Telephone: MD-DC SHRM Members - $30.00 Non-Members - $45.00 Registration includes Hors d oeuvres & 2 drink tickets (Cash Bar available) Registration Deadline: June 15, Send Payment to: By Check Mail to: Rina Borg MD-DC SHRM PO Box Durham, NC By Credit Card using PayPal : Register on-line at the Chapter Website, News & Events Page: If you have questions, please contact Rina at
3 Round Table Discussion Topics TABLE ONE TITLE: Lawyers Getting more Bang for your Buck HOST: Neal Brown, Esq. Waranch & Brown, LLC & Alicia C. Reynolds, Esq. Director of Claims and Litigation, MMCIP How to manage outside counsel to achieve the most efficient, cost effective results for your cases in litigation. This topic will cover innovative ways to partner with your lawyers to save litigation costs. We will also cover selection of counsel which ones for the right cases at what court flat fees and alternative billing arrangements. TABLE TWO TITLE: OMG - Healthcare Claims Management The Fun Never Ends HOST: Lauree Barreca, R.N., J.D., CPHRM, Managing Attorney, Claims and Litigation, The Johns Hopkins Health System Discussion of current issues in the management of claims in the healthcare arena. TABLE THREE TITLE: Risky Business HOST: Monica Cook e MA, RNC, CPHQ, CPHRM / CEO, Quality Plus Solutions LLC Discuss the high risk issues related to the care of the behavioral patient in non-behavioral health settings. Suicidality, aggression, and elopement risk mitigation strategies will be reviewed. TABLE FOUR TITLE: Risk Dashboards HOST: Barbara Werner-Lubich, RN, MS, CPHRM, Director of Clinical Risk Management Maryland Medicine Comprehensive Insurance Program & Emily Gutchell, Data Management Specialist in healthcare Risk Management, MedStar Washington Hospital Center Why should Quality have all the fun with dashboards? Come discuss developing a risk dashboard how to get started, some ideas for what to include, roll it up, break it down.
4 TABLE FIVE TITLE: Challenged Relationships - EMR & physicians HOST: Deborah B. Garibay, RN, JD, CPHRM, Associate General Counsel - Risk Management. The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates Have EMR's made our life easier or worse? What new risk issues have appeared and which are better? Can EMR's really improve patient safety and quality of care? TABLE SIX TITLE: Don t Get Caught - Preparation is the Key HOST: Chip Hatchell, RN, BSN, CPHRM, Director, Quality/Patient Safety at Mercy Medical Disasters are events distinguished from everyday emergencies by four elements: Organizations are forced into more and different kinds of interactions than normal Normal autonomy is loss Performance standards change More coordinated public/private sector relationships are required In this discussion participants will learn some processes for disaster preparedness and keeping the operations of the organization normal. TABLE SEVEN TITLE: Guardianship HOST: Meg Garrett BSN, MED, JD, CPHRM, Senior Counsel and Director of Risk Management, Johns Hopkins Health System Legal Department One of the challenges facing the risk manager today is informed consent. So often a patient comes to a hospital and may not have a surrogate or has surrogates who are not agreeing on decisions. Who can give consent? Topic to discuss: surrogate decision making, advance directives, guardianship and possible ethics committee interventions.
5 Facilitators M. Lauree Barreca, RN, JD, CPHRM Lauree Barreca has over 25 years experience in managing healthcare litigation. She is a Registered Nurse who received her law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law. While a partner at O Hagan, Smith and Amundsen in Chicago she represented both healthcare systems and individual physicians. As Assistant Vice President at MMI Companies, a Healthcare Risk Management firm, she was responsible for the Claims and Risk issues for their clients. She is currently the Managing Attorney, Claims and Litigation at The Johns Hopkins Health System. She is a internationally recognized as a speaker on Legal, Risk, Claims and Litigation Management. Neal Brown, Esq. Neal is an AV-rated trial attorney and a founding partner of Waranch & Brown, LLC. He has devoted his career to defending hospitals and health care providers in medical malpractice and licensure issues. Neal Brown has litigated serious medical malpractice and high-exposure liability claims in Maryland since He has tried to verdict jury trials all across the state and argued appellate cases at all levels of the Maryland and Federal courts. In addition, Mr. Brown has defended numerous physicians in administrative and civil proceedings involving licensure, hospital and managed care privilege matters. Mr. Brown graduated magna cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 1984 and received his B.A. with honors from Towson University in Mr. Brown served as a law clerk for Chief Judge Edward S. Northrop in the U.S. District Court of Maryland. He later became a partner in the litigation department of a 200-person Baltimore law firm at the age of 31. Mr. Brown has published the MICPEL chapters on the subject of representing physicians in licensure and privilege matters. Mr. Brown has lectured nationally on risk management issues and published on important insurance defense issues. He is a member of numerous local, state, and federal bar associations. Mr. Brown is an elected member of the American Board of Trial Advocates and designated a medical malpractice "Super Lawyer" from Monica Cooke, RNC, MA, CPHQ, CPHRM Monica has more than 30 years of experience in the field of behavioral health & substance abuse in both administrative and executive quality/risk positions. For the past 12 years her passion has been to assist organizations with risk management and patient safety initiatives. As a seasoned professional, she is the founder of Quality Plus Solutions LLC, a behavioral health risk and quality management consulting firm that provides on-site risk assessments and risk & quality support for both local and national behavioral health organizations, acute care hospitals, insurance companies, and risk management organizations. She also provides legal nurse expert services. As a Certified
6 Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse, Monica continues to practice part time as an RN in a detox and rehab treatment setting in addition to her consulting work. Monica is the author of the Behavioral Health Risk Chapter in the Health Care Organization Risk Management: Forms, Checklists, & Guidelines, Third Edition, co-authored by Fay Rozovsky and Jane Conley. She provides frequent seminars and webinars for insurance companies, independent risk/patient safety groups, and state ASHRM Chapters and is recognized as a national speaker having presented at the ASHRM conferences in 2009, 2010, and 2011 on behavioral health risk topics. Active memberships include: ASHRM - presently serving on the Practice Committee; and the MD-DCSHRM as current President. Additional memberships include the national and local chapters of the Association for Health Care Quality and the American Association for Legal Nurse Consultants. Deb Garibay Deb has 20 years experience as an RN at the bedside and in management, specializing in the Emergency Department. She obtained a law degree and currently works as the Associate General Counsel for a 800+ multispecialty physician practice group in Washington DC. Meg Garrett, BSN, MED, JD, CPHRM Meg has more than 40 years of experience in health care. In addition to her BSN from Villanova University, Ms Garrett has a Masters Degree in Counseling. She was a Vietnam Era Navy Nurse whose expertise was psychiatry. For the past 25 years, She has been an attorney and currently serves as Senior Counsel for Risk Management, Patient Care, Ethics and Regulatory matters for The Johns Hopkins Health System Legal Department and she became the Director of Risk Management for the Health System over 7 years ago. Ms Garrett is well known both nationally and internationally for her presentations to healthcare providers and attorneys on Healthcare Law and Risk Management issues. Meg currently teaches legal issues to Johns Hopkins University Medical and Nursing Students. She is an active member of the American Society of Health Care Risk Management currently serving on the Leadership Committee and Past President for the Maryland Society of Health Care Risk Management. She is a member of the Maryland Bar Health Law Section and has been involved in many legislative issues affecting patients and healthcare providers. Emily Gutchell Emily is a Data Management Specialist in healthcare Risk Management at MedStar Washington Hospital Center. She has 13 years experience in data reporting and stewardship focused on risk management, patient safety drivers, quality control and quality improvement in patient safety.
7 Chip Hatchell, RN, BSN, CPHRM Director Quality/Patient Safety at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland has more than two decades of operational and management experience in nursing administration, risk, quality and patient safety. In his role as director, Chip has primary oversight of the organization s patient safety program. In collaboration with other organization leaders, Chip assists in the compliance with State, Federal and Joint Commission standards and helps facilitate an environment of continual readiness. Chip is an accomplished speaker and presenter along with a strong clinical background. He graduated from Our Lady of Holy Cross College and is a Certified Professional Healthcare Risk Manager. Alicia Reynolds, Esq. Director of Claims & Litigation, Maryland Medicine Comprehensive Insurance Program. Prior to joining MMCIP, Alicia was a practicing defense attorney with Miles & Stockbridge in Baltimore. Barbara Werner-Lubich, RN MS CPHRM Director of Clinical Risk Management for MMCIP, the University of Maryland Medical System insurance trust. She is responsible for overseeing the clinical risk management services and was the project manager for the 2011 implementation of the RL6 incident reporting system. She is also a member of the MD DC SHRM Board. One of her projects for 2012 is developing a risk dashboard for use across UMMS hospitals/facilities.
8 Driving Directions to the Columbia Sheraton Hotel: From East Take Route 175 West toward Columbia. Cross over Route 29. Move into the left lane and proceed through 5 lights. Turn left onto the next street, Wincopin Circle. The hotel is located.25 miles ahead at the end of the street. From North Take Interstate 95 South to Exit 41B, Route 175 West. Drive 6 miles and cross over Route 29. Move into the left lane and proceed through 5 lights. Turn left onto the next street, Wincopin Circle. The hotel is located.25 miles ahead at the end of the street. From West Take Interstate 70 East to Route 29 South. Take Route 29 South 4 miles to Columbia Town Center (Route 175 West). Move into the left lane and proceed through 5 lights. Turn left onto the next street, Wincopin Circle. The hotel is located.25 miles ahead at the end of the street. From South Take I-95 North to Exit 41B, Route 175 West. Drive 6 miles and cross over Route 29. Move into the left lane and proceed through 5 lights. Turn left onto the next street, Wincopin Circle. The hotel is located.25 miles ahead at the end of the street. Free parking in the garage
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