Speakers: Mark Crockett, MD, Chief Executive Officer at Verge Health, and Sharon Dills, MSN, RN, HACP, Senior Consultant with Courtemanche and Associates

GRCH LogoWhat if you could actually put safety first, making it the very foundation of your hospital’s culture? How would you maintain that culture so it stays compliant while rapidly adjusting to the changes in our industry? Join Mark Crockett, MD, Chief Executive Officer at Verge Health, and Sharon Dills, MSN, RN, HACP, Senior Consultant with Courtemanche and Associates, as they introduce the GRCH Maturity Model, a new method for evaluating where you are today in your journey to compliance – a critical first step in developing an enterprise-wide culture of safety.

In this webinar, you will learn about the 5 levels of GRC for healthcare, and how to identify where your organization falls on the Maturity Matrix. You will also learn how to:

  • Quickly identify risk and non-compliance across all departments, divisions and vendors

  • Create a roadmap based on industry best practices

  • Embed safety into your culture at every step along the care continuum

  • Create a proactive, interactive communication pathway to facilitate real-time adjustments

  • Create a common framework for ongoing assessment

Who should attend: CMOs, CNOs, CEOs, CFOs, Physicians, Nurses, Risk Managers, Patient Safety Experts, Claims Administrators

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