Lifelong Medical care Risk Mitigation Plan

LIFELONG MEDICAL CARE RISK MITIGATION PLAN 1

LifeLong has an extensive plan it uses to control unwarranted riskswithin its facilities. One of these strategies includes compliancewith the latest technology designed to enhance security. Theorganization has a board of directors that ensures the facility’sequipment is up to date and meets the set standards.

Secondly, the organization provides intensive training to its entirestaff to enhance their efficiency. For example, it is compulsory forthe health care experts to complete the Quality and Safety Educationin Nursing program for them to be eligible for the program. Workersthat have completed the program tend to be highly effective as theyare trained to use evidence-based treatment approach, qualityimprovement, efficient teamwork and collaboration as well as usinginformatics to refrain from potential risks that could promise theintegrity of the facility’s operation.

The management of the organization does also reduce theorganization’s vulnerability to risks through strict compliancewith new regulations and policies. For example, the board ofmanagement ensures to implement new government policies as upgradingthe technology to retain a competitive edge.

Further education to the staff is another important strategicapproach the facility uses to ensure that the staff is aware of newtreatment approaches, medical innovation, and epidemic that they arelikely to encounter. Furthermore, they are informed of themalpractice loopholes they should avoid when going about their dutiesat the hospital.

On the same note, the management emphasizes that the staff shouldrefrain from admitting or conducting high-risk treatment proceduresthat could give disastrous results. The boards of directors have arisk management officer who patrols the entire facility, consultingwith the heads of departments, with the intention of ensuring thatnone of the departments is up to a hazardous task that couldcompromise the safety of the organization.