Webinar: Managing Crisis Part 2: Responding to Government Encounters and Action
The population that is in recovery from addiction has complex healthcare needs and complex risks, too. Some of the preventable problems you’ve no doubt heard about occurring in treatment facilities may be the result of an outdated licensing and regulatory system that does not account for that complexity. In the process of helping others, you wisely want to be sure that you’re not unnecessarily exposing yourself to preventable risk.
Perhaps there are no more dreaded words for an owner or operator of an addiction treatment facility than “government investigation.”
This webinar reviews the basics of MAT medications, and summarizes the controversies surrounding their use. It also addresses:
In the second part of this two-part webinar series on managing crisis, you will learn how to prepare your staff (and yourself) for the event of a government investigation so that the outcome doesn’t bring unnecessary harm to your business. This webinar covers a wide spectrum of facility-authority interactions, from subpoenas to search warrants and much in between.
You might be surprised to know that when a facility is the subject of a governmental investigation, often the greatest damage comes not from the investigating body, but (unwittingly and unknowingly) from facility employees themselves.
Harry Nelson is the founder and managing partner of Nelson Hardiman, LLC, as well as the chairman of Behavioral Health Association of Providers.
Beyond his legal expertise, Harry is known nationally as a consummate leader at the intersection of healthcare law and business, as evidenced by his role in co-founding five healthcare-related start-ups in the last decade. Deeply immersed in healthcare transformation and innovation; he frequently speaks on cutting edge issues and the future of the industry itself.
A national membership association that provides education and advocacy for those in the behavioral health and addiction treatment industries.
We are the leading and unifying voice of addiction-focused treatment programs.