As a result of dramatic changes in the healthcare industry, hospital organizations have been employing a record number of physicians and assuming an unprecedented amount clinical risk exposure.  In response, The Sullivan Group developed the Comprehensive Online Risk Education Program (CORE Program) to provide risk managers with a scalable solution for ensuring all clinicians receive education and training on important risk and safety issues.  In addition, the CORE Program explores other important timely topics that support the healthcare organization’s migration towards seamless clinical integration and care coordination.

Clients that participate in the CORE Program gain access to the extensive CORE Program Library.   By working with a TSG education expert, organizations will assign their clinicians the appropriate curriculum to meet their needs.  Organizations can select topics from several different categories, including:  Enterprise RSQ® Education, Clinical Topic RSQ® Education, and Specialty-Specific RSQ® Education.

CORE Program Library


 

Enterprise RSQ® Education

Specialty-Specific RSQ® Education

Clinical Topic RSQ® Education

 -Behavioral Emergencies  -Anesthesiology  -Child Abuse
 -Clinical Integration  -Emergency Medicine  -Infections
 -Communication  -Family Medicine  -Stroke
 -Communication & Resolution  -Geriatrics  -Trauma
 -Ethics  -Hospital Medicine  -Triage
 -Hospital Administration  -Internal Medicine  -Ultrasound
 -Leadership  -Obstetrics & Gynecology  -Urgent Care
 -Medical-Legal  -Pediatric Medicine  -Women's Health
 -Patient Safety  -Pediatric Emergency Medicine
 -Patient Satisfaction  -Psychiatry
 -Resource Utilization  -Surgery
 -Teamwork  -Toxicology

 

 

What our clients are saying

We are very pleased with the professionalism and clinical expertise displayed by the team at The Sullivan Group. Their assessment of our obstetrics department helped us to narrow the focus of our safety and quality improvement efforts to those high-risk, high-impact areas highlighted by TSG’s analysis

Stephanie Rogers,Administrative Director of Risk Management
FirstHealth of the Carolinas

In deciding whether to implement The Sullivan Group’s clinical decision support into our Emergency Department electronic record, we decided to test the validity of the system prior to purchase, by taking three events that resulted in significant patient harm, followed by expensive litigation, and enter them into the system as if they were new patients presented to the ED. In all 3 scenarios, we felt the critical alerts that were triggered and the clinical prompts that were provided would have prevented the errors that led to the negative outcomes.

Linda McWilliams,Director of Risk Management and Claims
Sacred Heart Health System