Acute care facilities across the country continue to respond to increasingly severe and frequent natural disasters that leave both short-term and lasting impacts on their operations.
These facilities need a comprehensive approach to prepare for the legal, business, and regulatory risks associated with responding to any type of catastrophe. With the continuation of care as the highest priority, acute care facilities must navigate complex, nuanced scenarios.
In this webinar, Epstein Becker Green attorneys, along with a representative from the American Society for Health Care Engineering will explore the myriad issues that acute care facilities should be prepared to address in the face of a disaster.
Health care providers should have plans in place to address the range of factors impacted by disasters. Panelists will explore areas of risk related to:
- Labor & Employment
- Medical Staff & Privileged Providers
- Telehealth & Telemedicine
- Physical Plant and Construction Post-Event
- Public Health Emergency
- Litigation & Supply Chain Enforcement
Registration is complimentary, but pre-registration is required.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Jack O'Connell.
Members of the media, please contact Zack Zimmerman.
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