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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/32465

Title: Pursuing Enterprise Risk Management: A Local Roadmap for Canadian Health Care Leaders
Authors: Haney, James
Advisor: Cockerill, Rhonda
Church, John
Department: Health Policy, Management and Evaluation
Keywords: ERM
Risk Management
Organizational Risk
Health Care
Corporate Risk
Clinical Risk
Planning
Mitigation
Decision Support
Enterprise Risk
Health Care Management
Risk Assessment
Risk Program
Liability
Risk Model
Knowledge Transfer
Canadian Health Care
Public Health Care
Enterprise Risk Management
Issue Date: 19-Jul-2012
Abstract: An in-depth analysis of organizational risk management in health care, and in particular the concepts of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), has identified a five part model that can be used by Canadian health care leaders as an evidence supported approach to successful organizational risk management. The Model for Organizational Risk Management has been developed as a basis for linking the components of an ERM framework into a Canadian health organization in order to overcome the barriers that commonly disrupt strategic risk management. The Model addresses how an ERM framework can fit within an existing health organization by building off of and enhancing existing processes and resources in order to ensure familiarity, acceptance, and sustainability of the risk management program. By approaching the Model in a stepwise fashion (based on individual organizational context) health care leaders are provided with a roadmap from which to advance their own organizational risk management program.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/32465
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