Possible Changes in Emergency Preparedness

Since the introduction of the COVID-19 virus, the HICS Emergency Preparedness System has been constantly stressed and tested. Changes are expected within the emergency management process and CMS standards. This webinar explores the possible changes to emergency preparedness within the healthcare field.

Join veteran Joint Commission Surveyor & Director of Life Safety Compliance, Lance Woolf at Soleran; Emergency Management Director, Gene Mellin with Johns Hopkins Medicine at Howard County General Hospital; Emergency Management Officer, Kawika Feltman at Antelope Valley Healthcare District; and Director Security, Safety & Communication Services, Robert Loseman at University of Missouri Health System as they give their perspectives and shared knowledge of the future of emergency preparedness in healthcare facilities.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • The current state of emergency preparedness in hospitals within different geographical locations.
  • Changes emergency management experts are already discussing due to COVID-19.
  • Possible future changes that will affect standards based on current evidence-based practices.

Presenters: Lance Woolf, Kawika Feltman, Robert Loseman, and Gene Mellin

Lance Woolf-MBA, CHSP
Director of Life Safety Compliance
(Former Joint Commission Surveyor)
Soleran Inc.
Kawika Feltman
Emergency Management Officer
Antelope Valley Healthcare District
Rob Loseman
Director of Security, Safety & Communications Services
University of Missouri Health System
Gene Mellin
Emergency Management Director
County General Hospital

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