CFMGMA Breaks the Glass for Emergencies – How to Prepare, Respond and Recover Your Medical Practice
At our virtual meeting on Wednesday, December 14th, at 3:00pm, our panel of speakers will discuss how to prepare, respond, and recover from emergencies faced by your medical practice.
Speakers and Discussion Points
Supply Chain Resiliency – How to Manage Risk and Address Lessons Learned from the Global Pandemic and Routine Impacts of Florida Hurricanes.
Randy has over 25 years of blended healthcare experience. As a subject matter expert in vendor credentialing, he created One Pass Access based on industry issues with the $1.8B vendor credentialing industry. Randy stays actively involved in multiple types of Healthcare Industry Associations and Professional Management Groups and currently serves on the AHA-AHRMM’s Legislative & Issues Committee, the South Carolina Hospital Association’s-Society for Healthcare Supply Chain Professionals, the American College of Health Executives-Central Florida Chapter, and the Healthcare Business Resource Alliance Advisory Board.
Tips for the Medical Practice and Understanding Disaster Response – FEMA 101
Ted has more than 30 years of experience in disaster preparedness and emergency management, strategic and operational planning, training, exercise coordination, and operational support. He brings a unique combination of analytical, lessons learned, and vulnerability experience assessment proficiency. He has a command of requirements development related to disaster response and the formulation of comprehensive mitigation strategies.
How Telemedicine and Mobile Medical Service Provide Resiliency and Profitability Before, During and After Disaster Strikes.
Tony designed a patented healthcare technology for the deployment of emergency response platforms. He sold, built, and delivered those platforms after a disaster. These mobile medical platforms with a quick-to-deploy capability met the qualifications for FEMA Cat-B funding requirements. After responding to a disaster, these clinical facilities pivoted into accredited medical public health infrastructure. This fulfilled his vision for equivalency of care even after disaster struck.
President of TaylorWorks, Inc. in Longwood, FL
Tim Taylor is the Founder and President of TaylorWorks, Inc., a leading Managed Service provider in Central Florida. For over 22 years, TaylorWorks has provided companies and medical offices with proactive IT consulting and support services. TaylorWorks is also a Cybersecurity company that helps protect your data and network. Tim is a sought-after speaker on Cyber Security and IT subjects, Tim also is a motivational speaker and speaks to groups about how to be an entrepreneur. Tim is also involved in missions and humanitarian projects all around the World.