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WEBINAR: Update on Coronavirus: What's Next and How to Plan

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Thursday, July 9, 2020
1  -  2 p.m. EDT

FREE - MHA Member Rate
$49 - Non-Member Rate per Webinar
$249 - Non-Member Discounted Rate for Webinar Series

Virtual Executive Leadership Summit Webinar Series

In collaboration with other state hospital associations, the Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association is proud to present an exciting executive leadership engagement opportunity. The Virtual Executive Leadership Summit brings together expert faculty on topics around healthcare leadership during this evolving climate. The summit is designed for C-Suite executives, including chief medical and nursing officers.

MHA Members can attend all 6-sessions FREE of charge. Members please register here.

Non-members pay $49 per session or a special discounted rate of $249 for all 6 sessions.
       • To register for each individual session, please click register on the session webpage.
       • To register for the discounted rate for the webinar series, please click here.

Session 2:
Update on Coronavirus: What’s Next and How to Plan 

Dr. Makary, a leading public health expert at Johns Hopkins and Editor-in-Chief of MedPage Today, reviews the latest on the coronavirus and what organizations can do to prepare for the growing epidemic. Using plain English, he interprets the current data from overseas and U.S. studies projecting the impact in the U.S. Dr. Makary also reviews best practices of employee policies and how to adapt your business to deal with the epidemic in real-time. Faculty: Marty Makary, MD | Johns Hopkins Surgeon and Professor of Health Policy

Faculty:
Marty Makary, MD | Johns Hopkins Surgeon and Professor of Health Policy


Dr. Makary is an advocate for health care innovation, writing in The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. He has written extensively on organizational culture, the science of measuring quality in medicine, and health care reform. Dr. Makary is principle investigator of a Robert Wood Foundation Grant to lower health care costs in the U.S. by creating physician-endorsed measures of appropriate medical care and directs the national “Improving Wisely” project to reduce waste in medicine. He speaks nationally on disruptive innovation in health care.

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