Thursday, February 2, 2017 - When Tragedy Strikes: Panel Discussion from Four Organizations - What was Learned

  • 02 Feb 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar

AAPL Educational Webinar Series

Thursday, February 2, 2017
12 noon - 1 pm - EST

When Tragedy Strikes Your Community - The Impact on Your Organization, Your Physicians and Your Program

Policy and procedures in organizations are often perfected through repetition, finding out what works well and what may need to be revised. Fortunately most do not have to deal with crises management very often.  Panelists will provide a brief overview of their crisis experience.  You will hear what they observed and how it impacted their organizations.

Objectives

1.  Learn how planning and role assignment are vital to proper response.

2.  Understand how using “new media” tools such as social media can enhance communication.

3.  Demonstrate the need for system-wide collaboration before, during and after a natural disaster.

4.  Demonstrate the need for consistent internal and external communication before and after a natural disaster.

Presenters

Vidant Health


Winkie Lassiter, Physician Liaison


Beth Anne Atkins, Manager, External Communications


Chad Campbell, Director of Corporate Communication

Vidant Health was recently hit with Hurricane Matthew. VMG is part of Vidant Health which serves 29 counties and more than 1.4 million people in Eastern North Carolina.

Beaufort Memorial Hospital 

Courtney McDermott, Director of Marketing and Communications

Beaufort Memorial Hospital was affected by Hurricane Matthew.  Beaufort is an acute care hospital located on the Intercostal Waterway in South Carolina.

Princeton HealthCare System


Anne Quinn-Dietzler, Director of Physician Relations

Hurricane Sandy hit with massive power outages in our communities with devastation in nearby coastal towns. Princeton HealthCare System is proud to be among the most comprehensive healthcare systems in New Jersey. Our full continuum of care includes acute care hospital services, behavioral healthcare, acute rehabilitation, skilled nursing, home care, hospice care, ambulatory surgery, and fitness and wellness services.

Baylor Scott and White Health


Scott Clark, Media Relations Manager

Baylor, Scott & White Health is a non-profit collaborative health care system which encompasses one of the nation's largest multi-specialty group practices serving central Texas.  Scott will present their experience on the shooting tragedy at Ft. Hood.

Click Here to access the registration link to participate in this webinar.

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