FALLS CHURCH, Va. (June 20, 2017)—Evans Incorporated, a provider of human-centered organizational, process, technology and operational consulting solutions focused on fail-safe solutions in health care and aviation announces today that it is hosting an Emergency Preparedness Webinar on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 from 12–1 PM ET to discuss the procedural and regulatory challenges related to health care emergency preparedness.

The session will focus on educating health care leadership on the recently revised CMS Emergency Preparedness requirements for 17 different Medicare and Medicaid health care providers who have been impacted by the changed regulations. As a seasoned expert in the health care industry, Evans will impart its expertise and insights to participants to ensure they are prepared and well-positioned to face the new requirements head-on.

This webinar will be presented by Chris Smith, president of Medeprep, LLC, and moderated by Kara Argus, Healthcare Manager at Evans Incorporated. Key takeaways for attendees include:

  • The core framework of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Programs
  • The details of the revised Emergency Preparedness requirements and how they apply to each facility type
  • What facilities need to do to ensure compliance by the November 15, 2017 deadline, and potential consequences for being non-compliant
  • The CMS Interpretive Guidance
  • How Evans Incorporated can help with the implementation

Registration for this webinar session is now open; click here for details.

“We are looking forward to this event and the opportunity to share our knowledge and experience to help health care providers navigate the often-complex world of Emergency Preparedness requirements,” Evans’ senior manager for health care, Denise Braun said. “We encourage all Medicare and Medicaid providers in need of guidance, insight or even to confirm their strategies for achieving compliance with the new regulations to attend and engage directly with our experts.”

Visit evansincorporated.com for more information.