Annual National Aging Services Risk Management Conference Held in Chicago, Illinois
LIBERTYVILLE, IL – The 16th annual National Aging Services Risk Management (NASRM) conference educated attendees on quality, risk management, and culture of safety in long-term care, senior care and housing, and aging services organizations. Caring Communities and the Peace Church Risk Retention Group (PCRRG), in partnership with ECRI Institute, explored and disseminated best practices in identifying and managing risks, becoming a high-reliability organization, and fostering a culture of safety.
Over 240 of the nation’s corporate and campus risk managers, risk management professionals, and others involved in the claims and risk management functions attended. These attendees included nursing directors, resident care directors, and executive directors or administrators. Sessions included topics such as:
- EPL Risk Management
- Risk and Claims 101
- Rule on Emergency Preparedness
- Employee Health and Welfare
- Purposeful Rounding
- Healthcare Risk Management Techniques
- Infection Control
- Emergency Preparedness
- Catching Critical Changes
- Common Catch Phrases
About Our Risk Management Program
Caring Communities, Peace Church Risk Retention Group, and the ECRI Institute have partnered together to bring aging services leaders and professionals risk management tools, education, and advisory services designed specifically for today’s non-profit senior care and housing communities.
About Caring Communities
A.M. Best Rated A Excellent, Caring Communities, a Reciprocal Risk Retention Group is the leading member-owned provider of professional, general, and excess liability insurance protection, education, and risk management services for the country’s preeminent not-for-profit providers of senior care and housing. Membership in Caring Communities represents a long term strategic opportunity for mission based providers to work with the industry’s innovators and leaders – to further their mission in creating the safest environments and best risk management practices for their residents and employees. Caring Communities is owned and governed exclusively by its Members.