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Enterprise Risk Management

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The Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program is led by Claudia Madrigal, Associate Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer. The role of ERM is to provide governance, framework, and guidance to support leadership in identifying events that have the potential impact the university both positively and negatively, and to manage risks associated with those events.

ERM helps managers identify, assess, and appropriately manage significant risks to reduce the likelihood of anything inhibiting the successful achievement of the University’s mission and goals.

What is Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)?

ERM is a process applied strategically across the University to identify potential events that may adversely affect the entity and to manage the risks associated with those events.  ERM involves understanding, analyzing, and addressing risks to ensure that the University continues to fulfill its critical mission of education, patient care, research, and service.


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