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Reimagining healthcare: A discussion on COVID-19 emergency planning for hospitals

Presented By:
Sharon Ulep
Date:
Aug. 26, 2021
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Hospitals and health systems were hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing to light the need for a comprehensive emergency plan. Join our panel of Healthcare executives as they reflect on lessons learned from the past year.

Healthcare professional holding a padfolio looking out a window.The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light the importance of having a robust and documented emergency plan in place for your hospital and health system. A well-designed emergency plan can help your organization navigate governance, supply chain, staffing, public relations, and other critical operational issues that might arise. Join our panel of hospital and health system executives to hear their approaches to emergency planning over the past year and strategies to proactively plan for infectious disease concerns in the future.

Moderator:

  • Sharon Ulep, MBB, CMCA, CPHQ; Principal, Plante Moran

Panelists:

  • Stephen E. Markovich, MD; CEO and President, OhioHealth
  • Sharon Kurfuerst, Ed.D, OTR/L, FACHE, FAOTA; System Chief Operating Officer, President, ChristianaCare

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