W1A Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery: A Critical Component of Compliance and Risk Management
9:30 AM – 10:30 AM CDT
We are actively monitoring attendance throughout each session: If you are only seeking SCCE/HCCA credits (CCB CEUs), it is not required to participate in the active attendance monitoring. Participating in active attendance monitoring is only required if one will be requesting External Continuing Education Units for NAB,NASBA or CLE’s. Approximately every 13–15 minutes, you will receive a pop up asking you to confirm that you are still actively participating in this virtual conference. You will not see the pop ups if you are in full screen mode or your pop-up blocker is on. In addition, make sure you are disconnected from any VPN as they can also cause interference and that you have a stable internet connection. Following the conference, all attendees seeking any type of credit must complete the Application for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Form to request your earned CEUs and return to SCCE/HCCA/CCB as indicated on the form.
- Every healthcare organization claims to have a business continuity/disaster recovery (BCDR) plan; many are inadequate, resulting in risk of extended down time, patient safety, and non-compliance
- For a BCDR plan to be effective, an organization needs well-defined roles/responsibilities, defined measurements with regular reporting to relevant executive stakeholders and committees (compliance, quality/patient safety, IT governance, etc.)
- This session will explain all the key components of BCDR from a healthcare perspective, regulatory requirements, best practice frameworks and case studies of strong implemented BCDR programs
President, Eminere Group