When disasters strike, hospitals often become the focal point of local response. And because there is no such thing as a “typical” disaster, hospitals and other healthcare facilities must prepare for a wide range of events. Even with required emergency response plans, with the uptick in natural disasters, violent incidents, combined with recent covid -19 pandemic, many healthcare facilities and practices still find themselves overwhelmed when faced with disaster.
Business continuity planning in healthcare: Are you emergency ready?
In this webinar, you will hear from Liberty Mutual experts on ways to help mitigate interruption to healthcare operations in the wake of an emergency, and how to make sure your own emergency preparedness plan is up to speed to help ensure business continuity.
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