|Nominal duration||4 to 6 months (14 ECTS)|
|Awards||CHRM (Certificate in Healthcare Risk Management)|
|Accreditation||Certified by Swiss EduQua via certificate no CH20/0771|
|Tuition fee||€1,200 one-time
Payments can be made in full; or
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent / higher)
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent preferably in any life sciences related domain.
If you are not sure about your eligibility, please contact our admissions counselors.
Mode of Learning: ONLINE
Duration: About 4 to 6 Months (Self Paced)
Maximum Allowed Duration: 18 Months
Expected Effort: 10 hours/week
The Healthcare industry is more vulnerable to incidents of mistakes and errors than any other industry and these mistakes can pretty much cost patients their lives. So it is essential to stay current on developments in risk management practices, regulations, and technologies.
At JLI we endeavor to develop healthcare risk management professionals who are equipped with the most relevant and up-to-date knowledge and skills.
This healthcare risk management training program will give you an extensive methodical understanding of the key areas of Healthcare Risk Management and enhance your skills and knowledge to the level expected of a Healthcare Risk Management Professional.
Module 01: Introduction To Healthcare
Module 02: Introduction To The Management Role
Module 03: Staff Relationships & Cultural Diversity
Module 04: Healthcare Planning, Organizing & Control
Module 05: Information Systems & Knowledge Management In Healthcare
Module 06: Overview of Risk Management
Module 07: Development of Risk Management Program
Module 08: Risk Management Professional
Module 09: Issues In Health Care Risk Management
Module 10: Integration of Risk Management And Safety
Hospitals spend hundreds and thousands of dollars annually on insurance and medical malpractice or negligence claims. Hence, healthcare facilities often employ health care risk managers to reduce error rates, accidents, and other adverse events. In addition to large multi-specialty hospitals, nursing homes, mental health institutions, small clinics, and rehabilitation centers also hire health care risk managers. Experienced healthcare risk professionals can also work as freelance risk management consultants.