In this webcast, panelists discuss what actions healthcare providers, academic medical centers and other entities can take during the COVID-19 crisis.
The COVID-19 outbreak has brought unprecedented challenges to organizations around the world: reduced production, increased costs, supply chain disruption, travel restrictions and mandatory social distancing. This confluence of factors brings significant uncertainty and financial consequences.
Businesses and the academia world have already taken measured approaches to safeguard their people, and now is the time to focus on mitigating financial and operational exposure, and focus on resiliency.
Learn what entities can do during the COVID-19 crisis, by joining us on this webcast where EY practice leaders will cover:
- Washington DC Capitol Hill updates including the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act
- What you need to know and consider on FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) funding
- What is FEMA eligible
- What to do now: a step-by-step guide on how to prepare and act quickly for FEMA funding
- David Womelsdorf, Partner, EY Americas Health Science & Wellness Leader
- Heather Meade, Principal, EY Washington Council
- Allen Melton, Partner, EY Americas Insurance & Federal Claims Services Leader
- Matt Jadacki, Executive Director, EY Insurance & Federal Claims Services and former Chief Financial Officer, FEMA and former Deputy Inspector General, Department of Homeland Security
- Jill Powell, Executive Director, EY Insurance & Federal Claims Services
- Robert Reeves, Partner, EY Insurance & Federal Claims Services