Given the current impact of COVID-19 on healthcare facilities, this webinar provides you with an understanding of the current healthcare landscape, the necessary considerations that should be in place now and next steps for recovery.
Key Issues Covered:
- Regulatory Impact
- Community and Organizational Landscapes
- Emergency Preparedness Plan
- Business Continuity Plan
- Post Pandemic Recovery Plan
Original Webinar date: March 27, 2020
Duration: 1 hour
1 CPE credit available for live attendees only.
No prerequisites required. Level: basic. Field of study: Production. Instruction delivery method: Group Internet Based.
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Ms. Cook has over 18 years of success spanning both Information Technology and Healthcare as an Adaptable Business & Operations Management Leader and Advisor. Ms. Cook is an Innovative leader with a record of transforming disruptive ideas into commercially scalable processes, identifying and analyzing current industry trends and leading excellence and process engineering initiatives, instilling operational and organizational excellence, and directing regulatory compliance and advisory engagements across the healthcare landscape.
Michael Porier is one of Protiviti’s founding Managing Directors and is one of Protiviti’s Global Business Continuity segment leaders specializing in assessing and implementing Business Continuity solutions for clients. His expertise includes performing Business Impact Assessments to assist organizations in determining their critical business processes and working with IT to evaluate potential recovery solutions. He has performed numerous strategic assessments as well as implemented full business continuity programs, inclusive of Crisis Management Plans, Business Resumption Plan and Disaster Recovery Plans.
Richard is a founding member and Protiviti’s Global Healthcare Practice Leader. He has extensive experience providing operational, financial, and regulatory consulting and internal audit services to the healthcare industry.In addition to leading numerous business performance improvement and risk management initiatives, Richard has experience serving in roles such as Chief Audit Executive and Chief Compliance Officer for large integrated healthcare delivery systems.Prior to joining Protiviti, Richard was a Project Manager at Arthur Andersen and providedinternal audit and business and technology risk consulting services to healthcare clients.Richard is a frequent speaker on internal audit, compliance, and revenue improvement initiatives.