Healthcare and Continuity: Webinar Now Online!

DRI’s latest webinar, “Business Continuity Meets Healthcare: From Zika to Patient Care to Ransomware…and Beyond,” is now available to view online!

health future medical appThis information-packed webinar explores business continuity in the healthcare sector – with lessons that can be applied by continuity professionals in every industry. Faced with regulatory requirements, increasingly-complex technology, ransomware attacks, and now the Zika virus, continuity professionals in healthcare have their hands full. Hear from them about those challenges and more.

You can also download a copy of the presentation slides from the MyDRI Resource Library. To access the slides:
• Visit the MyDRI page and sign in (or create a free account if you don’t yet have one)
• Select Resources from the top menu
• Choose “Library” from the dropdown menu
• Scroll to the webinar title and click the PDF icon to begin the download

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Special thanks once again to the sponsor of the webinar, Strategic BCP.

We hope you’ll also join us for our next webinar, taking an in-depth look at the big issues in supply chain, coming up September 28!

DRI’s Healthcare Continuity courses teach healthcare organizations how to develop a comprehensive business continuity program that helps employees and patients by protecting service delivery and data availability when they’re needed most.

Register now for one of these upcoming courses, and begin your path to a certification in healthcare continuity.

Healthcare Continuity Review
(HCP 501)
Richmond, VA
Aug. 29-31, 2016

Healthcare Continuity
(HCLE2000)
Toronto, Canada
Oct. 17-21, 2016

Healthcare Continuity
(HCLE2000)
Calgary, Canada
Nov. 28 – Dec. 2, 2016

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