Healthcare Emergency Communications
Meg Nash, emergency preparedness expert, shares best practices for designing a communications plan that complies with the CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule in this recorded webinar.
Improving Emergency Communications Under The Emergency Preparedness Rule: Are You Ready?
In this recorded webinar, emergency preparedness expert Meg Nash explores the CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule and its effect on emergency communications in healthcare organizations.
Nash offers a detailed look at how healthcare organizations can design a communications plan that complies with the CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule and shares specific examples of how organizations have created dynamic communication, training and exercise plans.
During this 60-minute session, you’ll learn:
- How to create a communications plan that is compliant with the CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule
- The crucial role two-way communications plays in an emergency
- The unique challenge that healthcare organizations face to continue operations during an emergency
- Why your emergency communications plan must include community partners
- Why you must exercise your emergency communication plan as part of your overall training
- Recording Date: May 24, 2018
- Speaker: Meg Nash, MPH
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Meg Nash, MPH
Public Health Expert
Meg Nash is a seasoned business continuity professional with a comprehensive background in emergency response, disaster preparedness and public health.
She has worked with businesses to implement continuity plans for more than 10 years and has more than 20 years of experience in emergency management and response. Meg is a certified FEMA instructor, and a highly rated speaker and presenter.
She holds a Master of Public Health and graduate certificate in emergency management and public health, both from George Washington University.