Led by the New York MGMA in collaboration with the PA MGMA, CT MGMA, VA MGMA and WV MGMA.
Join our risk management experts from MLMIC Insurance Company and MedPro Group as they help you understand the regulatory requirements associated with COVID-19 and help you recognize resources necessary to reopen your practices safely. They will help you to develop infection control measures for protecting your patients and staff and create new workflows and prioritize your patient backlog while identifying areas of need in anticipation for a future surge.
About the Speakers
Mark Ambrose, DNP, MBA, RN
MLMIC INSURANCE COMPANY
Mark Ambrose has been a Risk Management Consultant with MLMIC Insurance Company since 2014. He has had roles in academia, administration, and clinical practice for over 20 years. His clinical experiences include: Director of Nursing for a large Central New York health system, nurse manager in a number of clinical settings, including Urgent Care, Emergency Care and Diabetes services. Mark is also an Adjunct Professor of Nursing at Keuka College in the Finger Lakes region. He has developed a strong background in Risk Management and Continuous Quality Improvement and serves as a consultative resource to more than 25 health care facilities, and hundreds of independent practitioners in the Central New York region. He can offer expertise in a variety of areas including: clinical process, patient safety, regulatory standards and compliance, performance improvement, health information technology, and business process. Mark earned an Associate’s in Applied Science in Nursing from Cayuga Community College, a Bachelor’s in Science with a focus in nursing from Keuka College, a Master’s in Business Administration from Columbia College, and a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Old Dominion University.
Gordon Sanders, RN, BSN, CPHRM, FASHRM
Gordon has more than 35 years of experience working in clinical practice, hospital administration, risk management, and consulting. His extensive clinical leadership includes nursing supervision in both home care and acute care hospital facilities. In home care facilities, he led the development of fee-for-service programs. In acute care hospital facilities, he served as a lead developer, clinical coordinator, and instructor of the electronic medical records system. He also advanced to director of risk management in a multihospital integrated health system.
Gordon received a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Youngstown State University. He is a registered nurse in the state of Ohio. He is a member of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management, the Pennsylvania Association for Health Care Risk Management, and the West Virginia Society for Healthcare Risk Management. Gordon also has served in leadership roles in the Ohio Society for Healthcare Risk Management. Additionally, he is a certified professional in healthcare risk management, and he is a Fellow of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management.
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