Do you have the right resources?

What is your crisis healthcare plan?

As a part  of our networking series, these are all important questions that we are asking ourselves and addressing today during the webinar. To give you a sneak peak, here is a little teaser to today’s topics. We hope you can join us at 12pm cst!

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What is networking?

Cultivating people who can be helpful to one professionally.

“It’s not who you know. It’s who knows you, And what they know!”

How to network?

Utilize social media outlets: read, post, comment, respond
Attend webinars, read ebooks, find tradeshows
Be a leader – Blog!Remember our challenge from Tuesday? Find your competitors and connect with them. Don’t expect yourself to know everything. There are plenty of individuals that are willing to share their knowledge and expertise. They also need to hear what you have to offer as well. We are all in this together! Communicating and sharing helps us all stay abreast of current topics and the continually changing rules and regulations coming down the pipeline.

Find your resources!

Remember the don’t expect yourself to know everything part. There is a plethora of healthcare and compliances resources out there! A quick google search will pull up healthcare blogs, webinars, ebooks, publications and tradeshow events. We will discuss a list of specific resources today and you can also look for the complete list next week! 

A couple of these resources include:

  • HCCA Compliance Weekly News email
  • Alert and certification courses
  • Bloomberg/BNA Health Law Resource Center
  • RACMonitor
  • Industry Trade Association

What Is A Crisis?
A situation that has the potential to disrupt an organization’s operations, reputation and finances. 

You always want to have a crisis plan in place. Without one, you are already behind when a problem does hit. It’s important to maintain a solid network of reliable individuals around you, so when things goes south, they are willing to vouch for you and listen to you. If you haven’t worked at maintaining strong relationships within your organization and industry it is important to start now. You don’t realize how much you need the support of others until a situation that could negatively impact you or your organization unfortunately arises. Hear Aileen share more on healthcare crisis planning and prevention today!

Your crisis plan should include:

Scenarios
Foundational Messages
Crisis Management Team
Implementation Plan
Contact Lists

Benefits of crisis prevention!

Keeps organization functioning
Protects relationships
Anticipate and mitigate crisis

We hope you found this little teaser helpful! Networking and crisis prevention aren’t always talked about in healthcare and more specifically in the compliance circle, but the importance of having both in place is very vital- especially as your organization continues to grow and new employees join the team. 

Thank you!

 

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Written by Michael Rosen, Esq
ProviderTrust Co-Founder, mrosen@providertrust.com

Michael brings over 20 years of experience founding and leading risk mitigation businesses, receiving numerous accolades such as: Inc Magazine’s Inc 500 Award and Nashville Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year
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For our networking series check out the blogs below!

 2016 CHIRP Q2 Report

 

Networking: It’s about who knows you and what they know

 

 

 

Healthcare Networking: Be Creative and Embrace Competitors

 

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