Second-Wave Contingency Planning and Risk Mitigation Strategies

Diagnosing Health Care Podcast - Episode 4

This Diagnosing Health Care episode focuses on contingency planning and risk mitigation strategies as health care businesses prepare for the long haul of overcoming a potential second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The episode features special guest Alexandra Khorover, General Counsel at RefuahHealth, and Anjana Patel, a Member of the Firm at Epstein Becker Green. Attorney Paulina Grabczak hosts. 

Here’s a preview of what you’ll hear:                                                    

  • “Providers, patients—everybody—wants to know that we, as a health care provider and as an employer, are doing everything that we can to keep them safe.” – Alexandra Khorover, General Counsel, RefuahHealth
  • “One takeaway for all the industries is to really engage in contingency planning. Think about getting business interruption insurance, staffing and shortages of staffing, and communication plans for customers and employees .…” – Anjana Patel, Member of the Firm
  • “Navigating different rules and regulations within the counties, but then also within different states, [is] certainly one of the challenges both now for the first wave, and then potentially a second wave.” – Paulina Grabczak, Associate

The Diagnosing Health Care podcast examines the business opportunities and solutions that exist despite the high-stakes legal, policy, and regulatory issues that the health care industry faces.


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