Webinar: Confronting Critical Communication and Safety Gaps in Healthcare

Earlier this year, HIPAA Journal readers were invited to take part in the 2020 Healthcare Emergency Preparedness and Security Trends Survey conducted by Rave Mobile Safety. On November 12, 2020, Rave Mobile Safety will be hosting a webinar in which the findings of the survey will be revealed.

The survey was conducted on 295 healthcare professionals and explored the top critical communication and safety challenges healthcare providers are facing today.

This year, the 2019 Novel Coronavirus – SARS-CoV-2 – has had a major impact on healthcare providers and continues create challenges for hospitals, clinics, and doctor’s offices. Healthcare providers have been forced to adopt new protocols to ensure the health and safety of patients and staff, but the survey showed that there were many communication and safety challenges in healthcare even before the pandemic, and those challenges could be affecting the emergency response.

During the webinar Rave Mobile Safety will discuss the key findings from the survey and will explore the new protocols that now need to be adopted by healthcare providers to keep patients and staff healthy in the coronavirus era, and how healthcare providers can stay prepared for other potential threats.

Webinar attendees will have the opportunity to learn about new and ongoing safety obstacles that have been uncovered by the survey and why steps must be taken to remove those obstacles. Proven best practices will be shared to help healthcare providers bridge the main communication gaps that exist across the healthcare industry, and information will be provided about solutions that can be adopted to help healthcare organizations address those challenges during the pandemic and beyond.

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Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.