Victorian Managed Insurance Authority's (VMIA) Risk Management Partnership Program supports a significant number of projects designed to reduce the State’s total cost of risk.
These projects, which are run in partnership with key stakeholders, touch on a broad range of issues and processes across public healthcare and general government business.
VMIA considers risk partnership proposals dealing with all aspects of risk management relating to risks underwritten by VMIA. Projects must address a defined risk with a key deliverable, and ideally any outcomes achieved should be transferable to other organisations with similar needs.
Funding is provided in a co-funding arrangement and may include project management assistance where agreed. Any funded project is expected to be supported by the proposing organisation through funding or resources.
There has been a high demand for the RMPP during the 2012/13 financial year and all funds have now been fully committed.
VMIA will be seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the 2013/14 financial year after 30 June. Find out how.
RMPP projects have contributed significantly to the reduction of risk across many processes in health and general government, covering topics as diverse as new clinical processes and the use of social media during natural disasters. Find out more about the projects conducted under the RMPP.