Risk Management’s Patient Safety Initiatives for Continued Process Improvement 8.2.23
Session Additional Dates
Wednesday, August 9
Wednesday, August 16
Wednesday, August 23
Wednesday, August 30
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Lisa Painter, DNP, RN: Senior Director of Risk Management
Lynn Sauers, RN, HCRM: Director of Risk Management
Paula Moore, MSN, RN: Senior Manager of Risk Management
Kerri Brooks, MSN, RN: Manager of Risk Management
Jacob Thieret, HCC: System Analyst for Risk Management
Diane Knapp, BSN, RN: Senior Risk Specalist
Deborah Stagon, MSN, RN, CEN: Senior Risk Specalist
Raven Cooley, BSN, RN: Senior Risk Specalist
Kristina Perez, BSN, RN, CCRN: Senior Risk Specalist
Chaton Turner, Esq. Senior Associate Counsel and
Vice President Risk Management/ Disabilities Services
Amy Helmuth: Vice President of Quality
Danielle Ladie, M.D.
Timothy Canavan, M.D.
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Other Healthcare Professionals
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- 1.00 Attendance