Webinar details what to do if you receive a notice of a claim or investigation

Webinar details what to do if you receive a notice of a claim or investigation

By Iowa Hospital Association|
|July 9, 2024

You get a concerning telephone call or a letter. It demands that your organization do something or alleges that it did something wrong and threatens that something worse will happen if you don’t respond. Lawsuits are scary. A government investigation can be scarier. But how you handle them doesn’t have to be.

Notice of a Claim or Investigation? Stop and Breathe: Complaints, Claims and Other Conflicts 101, scheduled from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 23, will discuss the tools and resources to help hospitals handle these issues and provide a primer on what to consider when facing legal action.

Specifically, this session will:

  • Discuss avoiding common mistakes when reacting to claims and other inquiries.
  • Identify the scope of actions that need careful attention, ranging from traditional litigation and administrative action to types of claims.
  • Outline best practices and learn tips for responding to various challenges involving adverse parties that health care organizations regularly encounter.

For more information, email Joah Hogan at IHA.

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