5 Crisis Management Strategies For Health Care Attorneys
By Dan Sanders and Megan Paquin (November 13, 2020, 5:30 PM EST) -- Even before 2020 brought us a pandemic, unprecedented wildfires in California and murder hornets, hospitals and health care organizations were no stranger to crisis.
The Joint Commission outlines three categories of hazardous conditions that should be considered in the context of health care emergency preparedness: natural hazards, human-caused hazards and technological hazards.
While national emergency preparedness requirements ensure sound and timely planning as the foundation for effective crisis management, ensuring your organization emerges from a crisis unscathed requires focused effort.
The Case for Proactive Crisis Management
Across industries, organizational crises are on the rise and continue to place extraordinary demands on...
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