Business Risk & Governance
Understanding Risk & Governance – Liabilities & Data Management
Business Risk and Governance – Understanding risk & governance, liabilities and data management.
Tues, 12th February 2019
Thurs, 19th April 2018
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Overview: This module focuses on the Business Risks and Governance issues that regularly arise in medical practice, they are often difficult to deal with. We will focus on how to create competitive, collaborative and commercial advantage for the GP Practice through an understanding of the Risks and Governance issues relevant to General Practice. The module will be delivered as an interactive session with practical guidance to enabling participants to map the techniques onto their own risk and governance profile for their practice. The Tips on managing risk provide useful guidance to enable participants to understand and mitigate the governance requirements, liabilities and risks within General Practice. Group work is provided on all aspects of the programme so that participants develop their understanding of the topics by interacting with colleagues.
Objectives: Participants will improve their understanding of the Risk and Governance responsibilities. The module will demonstrate how adopting industry practiced due diligence techniques will help to mitigate risks and will also help with all aspects of compliance included aspects of the Quality Care Commission rules – (Please Note: there is a further, more detailed module which provides a framework for CQC inspection compliance).
|09:30||Introduction and Welcome - Programme and Objectives|
|09:45||Open Forum – Identifying your challenges|
|10:00||Your Business Strategy and Managing Risks
Building Risk Management into you Business Strategy - plan it and know it intimately. Simply drafting one and filing it away isn’t going to cut it.
|11:00||Group Work on understanding the Business Risks|
|12:00||Techniques and Tips on identifying and managing risks
|13:00||LUNCH & Networking|
|13:45||Governance across the Information Economy
|14:30||Techniques and Tips on identifying and managing Data
|15:00||Group Work - Identity Theft Game|
|16:45||Open Forum – Questions & Discussions|
Thurs, 5th October 2017 & 12th February 2019
Thurs, 12th October 2017 & 19th April 2018
81-103 Euston Street
Manchester Conference Centre
PMA Member Rate £125.00
Non Members Rate £175.00
5% for 2 workshops
(PMA Members £118.75 per worskshop, Non Members per workshop £166.25)
15% for 3 workshops
(PMA Members £106.25 per workshop, Non Members per workshop £148.75)
20% for 4 workshops
(PMA Members £100 per workshop, Non members per workshop £140)
The cost includes all refreshments including lunch and all delegate materials.
Who Should Attend?
General Practitioners, Practice Managers, Senior Practice Nurses and GP Administrator Managers
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The Practice Managers Association
The PMA was formed as a membership body to give those involved in practice management throughout the UK the opportunity to access a wide range of resources such as training, professional advice, educational events, conferences and peer networking.
The PMA seeks to encourage the sharing of knowledge and to offer the opportunity for its members to attain the highest standards possible within their role and job function.
Membership is open to all those involved or associated with the management of GP’s medical practices. There is no cost to join the PMA and you can fill in an application here
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