Ebola in the U.S. & the Role of Patient Access
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at Noon EST
With the ongoing national news coverage surrounding the Ebola virus, your facility's leadership team may be implementing new screening protocols, and asking you to provide them with an immediate plan of action. What do you do? Where do you start?
Join NAHAM for this interactive webinar and explore how other organizations and facilities are tackling basic plan development in crisis situations, including ebola.
Areas of discussion will include:
• Complying with CDC requirements
• Integrating with infection control areas
• Alleviating employee anxiety with targeted communication tips and tricks
• Recommendations on quickly implementing your plan
This webinar will include time for participant discussion, providing you with an opportunity to learn best practices and examine the challenges in implementing a plan. If you have any specific questions you would like answered, please email us.
This webinar is free of charge for all participants. Register now, and learn what you need to know to keep your facility up to speed on the Ebola virus.
Assistant Vice President, Patient Access, Ochsner Health System
Stacy is a Healthcare A/R Executive with over 24 years of progressive experience in both private and public sectors. Prior to joining Ochsner Health System, Stacy was the key developer/owner/operator of an organization that evolved from a small PFS A/R consulting and interim staffing organization, to a large national service center in the Urgent Care industry. Stacy’s current role with Ochsner includes managing over 600 FTEs dedicated to front line Patient Access service. She has held board positions for HFMA, NAHAM, UCBCA, as well as a Community Hospital in Louisiana.
Director, Patient Access, New York Presbyterian Hospital
Brenda Sauer, RN, MA, CHAM, FHAM is Director of Patient Access at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City, NY. She has held several board positions in NAHAM on both the local and national level; she is currently the Immediate Past President of NAHAM. Recently, she was named a Fellow in Healthcare Access Management. She has spoken on several topics including: Health Care Reform, patient privacy, disaster preparedness, patient throughput initiatives, and leadership for various organizations on the local, regional, and national level.