Epstein Becker Green’s slides from the “Eye on Ebola: A Discussion About the Health Regulatory, Risk Management, and Labor and Employment Issues Impacting Health Care Providers” webinar is featured on the American Hospital Association’s Ebola Preparedness Resources – click here.
The November 17 webinar addressed the professional and business challenges encountered by health care providers dealing with Ebola and other infectious diseases, and featured 4 fantastic speakers.
- Bruno Petinaux, M.D., Associate Professor, Co-Chief of the Emergency Management Section, Department of Emergency Medicine, George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates offered a clinical overview as well as a review of the guidelines which offer protocols for addressing concerns over Ebola and similar diseases.
- Amy F. Lerman, Associate, Epstein Becker Green covered the health regulatory considerations.
- George B. Breen, Member, Epstein Becker Green, Chair, Health Care and Life Sciences Practice Steering Committee elaborated on risk management issues providers might consider in developing a response strategy.
- Frank C. Morris, Jr., Member, Epstein Becker Green, Employment, Labor and Workforce Management Practice discussed the resulting labor and employment considerations facing health care employers.
The webinar slides and recording can also be found here on Epstein Becker Green’s website.