In a major disaster, does your hospital have a plan to continue operations and maintain services to support your patients, visitors and staff? Did you know that in the time it takes you to eat lunch, you could learn how to better prepare your hospital for a disaster? The California Department of Public Health Emergency Preparedness Office invites you to join us at lunch time (online) for a one hour Business Continuity Webinar for Hospital Executives on Thursday, March 5th, 2015 at 12:30pm. This webinar is intended to assist health care organizations build upon their existing continuity planning efforts. This opportunity is made available through the federal hospital preparedness grant program.
Learn the five key elements of integrating continuity with strategy and operations in our rapidly evolving healthcare landscape. Our captivating, expert instructor will walk through real world healthcare disaster incidents and teach business continuity in the context of strategic and operational priorities, strengthening your hospital’s capacity to maintain essential services following crisis events. Through this training, you will understand what business continuity resources currently exist, and how to include new tools and materials available to effectively integrate hospital continuity while managing risk, and improving operations.
You are invited and encouraged to share this information with anyone who may benefit from the training. If you have any questions or require special assistance, please contact our webinar coordinator, Crystal Chambers at Crystal@ConstantAssociates.com or (424)320-2583.
Register now, order in lunch, and join us to help prepare your hospital for the next disaster.
Susan Fanelli, Deputy Director
Emergency Preparedness Office
California Department of Public Health
Presenter: Angela Devlen
Ms. Devlen has over 20 years of international experience in healthcare, operations, and disaster management with several years leading emergency management & business continuity in large healthcare systems. She has consulted with Los Angeles County, California Hospital Association and CDPH over the past two years and brings continuity to California.