Amy Brown

VP Risk Management and Chief Compliance Officer

Amy Brown serves as the Vice President of Risk Management and Chief Compliance Officer for Community Hospital Corporation. In this role, she oversees all risk management programs for CHC including the wholly owned CHC offshore Captive and all insurance and risk products for CHC and its portfolio of owned and managed hospitals. She also provides risk management consulting services to CHC Consulting client hospitals. Amy is also responsible for the development, implementation and oversight of the Compliance Program for CHC.

Amy joined CHC from Longview Regional Medical Center in Longview, Texas, where she was Director of Risk Management and spent 17 years directing hospital-wide and medical staff risk management activities, acting as the Facilities HIPAA Privacy Officer, incorporating the facility’s compliance program and identifying and assessing areas of compliance risk for the hospital.

Amy has a Bachelor of Journalism with a concentration in Public Relations from the University of Texas, Austin. She also earned a Master of Arts degree in Public Administration and Health Care Policy from the University of Houston. She holds a Certification in Professional Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM), Certification in Healthcare Compliance (CHC), and Certification in Healthcare Privacy Compliance (CHPC).

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For Community Hospitals, Enhanced Communication and Monitoring Reduce Risk

Finding silver linings to the COVID pandemic can be difficult. But one positive outcome is an uptick in reporting risk factors at hospitals. Better communication, enhanced monitoring, and highly useful software dashboards are also helping institutions gather detailed data that in turn help identify and execute ways to improve both patient and staff safety. 

Borne in part because of the evolving landscape of COVID outbreaks, testing, transmission, tracking and quarantines, hospitals have stepped up reporting and sharing data to create best-practice approaches to handling COVID infections among patients and staff. 

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