This new course - 'The Essentials of Risk Management' - is written and published online by CEU By Net and offers 7.5 CEUs for Mental Health and Addiction. It is pending EACC review for 7.5 PDHs in Domain II.
"Your Worst Day Is an Opportunity for Improvement."
This course - The Essentials of Risk Management - includes numerous vignettes and practical checklists which demonstrate the Critical and Adverse Risk challenges in EAP, Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Programs. Learn a step-by-step approach to identifying the inherent risks in the EAP and Behavioral Health workplace, and how to identify and correct the contributing factors when a Critical or Adverse incident does occur. Learn how to set up a Risk Management Committee and how to document what you do to prevent adverse litigation and compliance penalties.
This course demonstrates a principle which is derived from the teaching of the Joint Commission - 'Your worst day is an Opportunity for Improvement.'
Approved for Mental Health and Addiction CEUs by NBCC, California BBS, Florida CE Broker and FCB, Alabama Social Work, NAADAC, IC&RC, TCBAP-TAAP, California CCAPP, Texas Mental Health Boards, and Most State Boards for Behavioral Health. Pending review for Domain II PDHs by EACC-EAPA.
This course is written, published, and copyrighted by Marsha Watson Naylor, MA, LPC, CEU By Net - Pendragon Associates LLC, Austin, TX. Ms. Naylor is a former Assistant Deputy Commissioner for Texas Department of MHMR, and has seventeen years’ experience as a national level consultant to multiple organizations including Behavioral Health Provider Networks, the Managed Care Industry, State Legislators and Advocacy groups, the Annie E Casey Foundation, the Center for Health Care Strategies, and other mental health and addiction organizations. She also has twenty-five years’ experience in program administration and consultation in the mental health and addiction fields, for inpatient and outpatient Mental Health and Addiction Services at the State and local level.
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