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Do Better When You Know Better: Pearls and Pitfalls of After Action ReviewDo Better When You Know Better: Pearls and Pitfalls of After Action Review
Thursday, October 14th, 2021
2:00PM ET / 11:00AM PT
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP
Account Executive, Veoci

Join the discussion on how we can empower ourselves - and our organizations - to systematically evaluate and learn from atypical situations ahead of the next. Whether you're new to incident management or a seasoned leader in the space, we’re certain that we’ve got some fresh perspectives, tips, and takeaways that you can immediately put to work to ensure your organization is prepared to know and do better.‍

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Within the cyclical process of managing emergencies and unanticipated incidents, lies one of the most powerful processes we can leverage to enhance our organizational response for future events: the after action review. Regardless of industry, the practice of effectively reviewing our preparedness for, response to, and recovery from service interruptions is paramount to ensuring that when - not if - another occurs, we're ready to apply lessons learned.

Digitized Proof of Vaccination: Simplifying the Return to Work ProcessDigitized Proof of Vaccination: Simplifying the Return to Work Process
Steve Choi, CSP, CBCP
Steve Choi, CSP, CBCP
Manager of Safety & Business Continuity, City of Long Beach, California
Derek Law
Derek Law
City Safety Officer, City of Long Beach, California
Veoci Solutions Engineers
Veoci Solutions Engineers
Veoci Team
Veoci Solutions Engineers
Veoci Solutions Engineers
Veoci Solutions Engineers
Veoci Solutions Engineers
Veoci Solutions Engineers

As organizations attempt to return to some sense of normalcy, a main priority is to ensure a safe transition back to the office for employees. Many offices, campuses or other places of work require their employees to be vaccinated in order to return to an in-person environment, thus requiring proof of vaccination. Join our webinar to learn about an easy-to-use and flexible tool to ensure that your organization’s proof of vaccination process is simple, quick and efficient.

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Attendees will learn 

  • How to effectively manage a requirement for proof of vaccination 
  • How to use create anything from a simple database to integrations with HR databases and possibly VAMS for verification of vaccination
  • The measures needed to house personal health information (PHI) in Veoci including having a Business Associate Agreement (BAA) in place with your contract to be compliant with HIPAA and ensuring other requirements are met
  • The flexibility of Veoci’s solutions to match the needs of your organization
Reframing Resilience for Long Term Care FacilitiesReframing Resilience for Long Term Care Facilities
Doni Green, MS
Doni Green, MS
Director of Aging Programs, North Central Texas Council of Governments
John O’Hearn, FACHE, MHA
John O’Hearn, FACHE, MHA
Chief Executive Officer-Dallas, Select Specialty Hospitals, Critical Illness Recovery Division
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP
Account Executive, Veoci
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP

Join us for a presentation in which long-term care experts discuss the impact that recent challenges have on the LTC community and explore strategies for improved resilience and care for our most vulnerable populations.

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Healthcare preparedness leaders have the majority of their time and resources occupied by planning and response initiatives for the acute care sector. Winter Storm Uri, COVID, and the substantial threat of ransomware attacks continue to show us a significant and potentially widening gap in resilience and integration within the emergency preparedness community of Long Term Care facilities.

Join us for a presentation in which long-term care experts discuss the impact that recent challenges have on the LTC community and explore strategies for improved resilience and care for our most vulnerable populations.

By the end of this presentation, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe the quantifiable gaps in communication and knowledge of healthcare preparedness partners.
  • Anticipate the needs (vulnerabilities) and indirect impact of natural disasters on LTC patients.
  • Prescribe strategies that your agency can take to bolster LTC preparedness in your jurisdiction.
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