Returning to Work: A Comprehensive System for Protecting Staff and Patient Safety in Response to COVID-19
July 15, 2020
Noon - 1 p.m. CST
Co-hosted by the Texas Hospital Association Foundation and Texas Healthcare Trustees
As companies and healthcare facilities nationwide transition back to work, it’s paramount that they put in place effective Return to Work programs, both to ensure employee and patient health and safety, and to slow or prevent a second wave of the pandemic.
This timely and engaging webinar discusses the specifics of practical, real-world Return to Work programs that the presenters have implemented on behalf of both large, nationally known companies and small to mid-sized regional employers. It provides a full playbook of steps/resources to use and customize for your facility, from temperature checks to quarantine plans, to overall plan implementation, staffing, monitoring and management.
CEOs, chief financial officers, chief operations officers, chief nursing officers, chief information officers, chief legal officers, chief human resources officers, medical directors, physicians, recruiters, hospital board members, and anyone else who follows today’s evolving healthcare environment
1.0 hour ACHE Qualified and CHT, 1.2 hour CPE
Complimentary to members, thanks to our sponsor:
Travis Singleton, executive vice president, Merritt Hawkins
Travis Singleton has over 15 years of health care consulting experience and is a nationally acknowledged health care staffing leader. He serves as Executive Vice President for Merritt Hawkins, the nation’s leading physician and advanced practitioner search and consulting firm. Merritt Hawkins is a division of AMN Healthcare (NYSE:AMN), the largest health care staffing organization in the United States. Singleton continues to be actively involved in the daily management of Merritt Hawkins, overseeing strategic marketing operations and maintaining corporate level industry contacts.
Singleton is widely recognized for his expertise in a broad range of staffing issues, from physician and allied health compensation to medical staff planning. He has consulted with hundreds of hospitals and medical groups regarding physician and allied health needs assessment, population health management, demographic and healthcare trends, compensation, contracts, retention, physician-hospital relations, compliance and numerous other related issues. Singleton has overseen thousands of permanent physician and allied health search assignments nationwide.