Risk Management for Me

We’re dedicated to all the things, (big and little), that keep you safe

Welcome to a healthcare
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designed just for you!

Wait a minute. What exactly is risk management and why does it help me? Risk management is often thought of as complicated, but it really isn’t.

Put simply, personal healthcare risk management relates to things you can do to keep yourself, your loved ones and your communities safe at any age in a variety of medical situations. For instance, things like adopting healthier lifestyles, finding the right doctor or medical professional or even steps you can take to stay safe while visiting a hospital. Personal healthcare risk management keeps you going strong.

The Risk Authority Stanford is all about keeping patients safe and finding ways to make medical systems better. We’re dedicated to this cause and we sincerely hope that you find the information collected on this site helpful and easy to understand.

Find out what you can do to help make your next health visit as safe as possible.

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Risk Management for Me Blog

Underage Drinking and Teenage Angst

Underage Drinking and Teenage Angst

The average American teen begins drinking at 13 years old. With more youth drinking alcohol than smoking tobacco or marijuana, it is important to talk to your children and make sure they understand the life-altering consequences of drinking and driving, including...

In Case of Wildfire: Plan, Prepare, Respond

In Case of Wildfire: Plan, Prepare, Respond

While many of us were schooled about fire safety as kids, it may not be fresh in our minds. As drought conditions continue in several parts of the world, wildfires are spreading quickly, and it’s probably a good time for a wildfire safety refresher. Before a wildfire...

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