Telehealth and new remote work opportunities are changing the way in which health centers operate. In addition to remote-work legal considerations, having staff who no longer share physical space changes the work place dynamic. Given the benefits of remote work for employees, many health centers will be adopting hybrid work environments. This session will offer participants legal considerations for remote work and strategies to support team cohesion when staff are no longer co-located around the clock. As health centers continue to innovate and refine their staffing and workflows, understanding risks and how to mitigate those that arise in operations and in staff output will be critical to overall success.
Gain an understanding of legal considerations associated with remote work relative to corporate, professional, IT and employment risks.
Identify tools and techniques to assist health center leaders in building team cohesion with remote employees.
Learn how to apply legal risk considerations to leadership and building new hybrid teams.
Chief Executive Officer,
Henry J. Austin Health Center