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Responding to Unexpected and Critical Events in Your Practice

Friday, September 23, 2016
8:00 AM-11:00 AM

Mandalay Bay Ballroom B (Mandalay Bay Convention Center)

Ticketed This is a Practice Management Day Pass Session.
  • P902 Mr. Gallagher.pdf (1.1 MB)
  • Speaker:

    Joseph W. Gallagher JD, LLM
    Plymouth Meeting, PA, USA

    CDE/CME Offered: CDE/CME

    CE Credit Hours: 3.00


    No one can plan for every contingency. Sometimes practice employees and/or owners behave badly. Sometimes outside incidents impact the practice in very negative ways. This session presents a number of such incidents and explains the legal ramifications and appropriate response steps for damage control.

    Learning Objectives
    1. Identify sensitive areas within practice operations and management that are susceptible to behavior potentially damaging to the business;
    2. Explain the appropriate legal or managerial response to various types of unexpected/critical occurrences; and
    3. Identify the areas within the practice where proactive risk management and advance planning are available to limit exposure and reduce long-term damage.