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As part of his role he conducts educational in-servicing on identified healthcare risk management topics for organizations, physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals. He performs healthcare risk management best practice assessments, assisting clients in implementing loss mitigation interventions, and helps in monitoring outcomes. His role also requires him to conduct research on healthcare subject matter, case law and regulatory issues. He assists clients with development of customized policies, procedures, programs, guidelines and committees. Additional responsibilities include providing healthcare exposure identification, risk management and patient safety support to underwriters, claims management staff, and other internal personnel. THE POWER OF NETWORKING Midgley has found his ASHRM membership indispensable as his career has progressed. “I have personally grown my professional network and advanced my knowledge over my 15 years of involvement with ASHRM,” he says. Annual 2016 | HEALTHCARE RISK MANAGEMENT REVIEW | 7 JIRSAK / SHUTTERSTOCK.COM continues to grow with more physicians, long-term care practitioners, compliance administrators, insurance professionals and defense medical malpractice attorneys. A CAREER IN RISK MANAGEMENT Midgley joined ASHRM in 2002, and since then he has progressed his career to the point where he oversees all healthcare risk management initiatives for Swiss Re’s healthcare risk engineering division. He is accountable for setting the agenda for internal and external client services for the healthcare risk engineering practice and is the healthcare subject matter expert on exposures and liability trends, functioning as both an internal and external resource on all healthcare related issues. He is charged with providing sound technical risk mitigation solutions to insureds that are innovative and tailor-made to meet the needs of each client’s organization, and applies proven risk management strategies, tools, and methods to assist healthcare organizations identify and mitigate exposures. His approach is always practical and results-driven.


HRMR Annual 2016-17
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