Our current economic climate is continuing to force healthcare organizations to evaluate operational efficiencies. Maximizing profits, or at least not operating at a loss, has long been at the forefront of business objectives. Very few organizations can survive in the long run without meeting their expenditures. But how much risk can or should be taken to achieve this objective? While tolerance for risk varies with the culture of the organization, has it come to a point where our assumption of risk is at the expense of our customers? Can more healthcare medical errors be averted by proactive risk management? This two-pronged course provides participants a grounding of actionable knowledge in clinical (human factor) and facility management (physical factor) risks and their management. For Hospital Managers, Risk Managers, Medical Directors, Clinical Managers, Facility Managers, etc.