December 17, 2020, 1 pm EDT

Most executive teams know what success should look like, but the path to success means overcoming the challenge of getting from lockdown to opening. To do that there may be many additional expenses, the need to rethink service line portfolios, payer relationships and quite possible, significant financial losses. Join this web briefing to learn about the logistics of reopening.

Attendees will learn about:

  • Overcoming staffing challenges
  • Aligning mission with remote work
  • Meeting additional costs, including PPE and safety protocols
  • Reimagining payer relationships
  • Financial forecasting and planning for the future

Featured Speakers

Brad Howell, President/Chief Executive Officer, Fidelity House CRC

Brad Howell is President & Chief Executive Officer of Fidelity House CRC, a regional human services agency supporting people with disabilities and significant challenges. He previously served as the CEO of Career Resources Corporation in Haverhill, Massachusetts for 13 years. In January of 2019 Career Resources merged with Fidelity House.

Luanne Welch, President and Chief Executive Officer, Easterseals UCP North Carolina & Virginia

Luanne Welch is President and CEO of Easterseals UCP North Carolina & Virginia, a leading disability and behavioral health provider serving 20,000 children, adults and families. With more than 35 years of experience in the non-profit industry, she is especially skilled in portfolio management, strategic execution, and leadership talent development.

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