Event: Risk-management changes in response to COVID-19 (Webinar)
Date/Time: 01/12/2021 at 10:00 am - 11:00 am
by the National Council for Behavioral Health
(from event page) As the country continues to pivot and adapt to the realities of COVID-19, executives are tasked with identifying risk management strategies for their organizations when considering both in-person and remote work.
Whether it is evaluating risks affiliated with telehealth services or navigating when to reopen an office, adapting agile risk management strategies is key to reducing liability, continuing operations with minimal delay and keeping staff, clients and the organization itself safe.
To stay ahead in 2021 and beyond, the National Council for Behavioral Health invites you to an exclusive opportunity to submit your questions on risk management to Ron Zimmet, JD, general counsel for Mental Health Risk Retention Group (MHRRG), and hear from other executives in the field on what types of risk mitigation strategies have worked for them. Ron will be joined by Joe Parks, MD, medical director and vice president of practice improvement at the National Council, and Sola King, SPHR, SHRM, SCP, vice president of human resources.
*Please keep in mind that COVID-19 continues to impact events and business operations. We recommend checking event websites for updates.
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