Pandemic Lessons Learned – Best Practices and Emergency Preparedness for the Future
2020 has not been an easy year for long-term care. The coronavirus pandemic presented (and continues to present) many challenges. It also gave many in senior care a critical look at what NOT being fully prepared looks like.
While we hope to never see another pandemic, there will always be emergency situations that require planning and preparation. As facilities prepare for the possibility of lessening restrictions and re-opening, we do need to examine the gaps that made a difficult time even more challenging.
Requirements around the July 31st deadline for completion of Focused Infection Control surveys
Recommendations for improved infection control procedures and future preparedness
How automation and technology became vital for proactive communication with resident families and streamlining of mandated tasks
Telehealth – how it became a critical component of care and is here to stay
The role of technology in preparing for tomorrow: remote work scenarios, cybersecurity, contact tracing & screening, maintaining communications between residents and family, streamlining and efficiency
Throughout the webinar, the team will share insights on what we’ve learned over the last few months, as well as examples of the questions we’ve been asked and the issues we’ve tackled with customers to help them face challenges head-on.
Have Questions? Please send us any questions you may have in advance and we will address them during the Q&A portion of the webinar.