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Case Management Questions

HSE managers face challenges every day when it comes to case management. Some common questions include:

  • When do most case management errors happen during a project?
  • What are the key components to an appropriate communications strategy between HSE personnel and onsite medical providers?
  • How can I best mitigate recordables?

On October 10, we hosted a webinar focused on how to avoid the most common case management pitfalls when managing a HSE program.

 This Webinar Covers:

  • Duty of Care
  • Communication
  • Onsite Provider Education
  • Event Management
  • Information Management

Did you miss the webinar? Don’t worry – we recorded it!

Click Here to View the Webinar!
As a Board Certified Emergency Physician, Jayson Eversgerd plays a vital role in leading Remote Medical International’s clinical team. His experience includes twelve years in emergency medicine and five years in remote and telemedicine. Dr. Eversgerd currently serves on the Advisory Counsel for the Institute of Remote Healthcare (IRHC) and has extensive understanding of remote provider training and occupational medicine in high hazard environments, which allows him the expertise needed to forge successful relationships with clients and deliver optimal care.

Scott Psplatz_mailchimplatz, Vice President of QHSE at Seabed Geosolutions

With over 20 years of industry experience, Scott Platz, as Vice President of QHSE, understands the necessity of having a well prepared HSE strategy and implementation plan in order to ensure the safety and well-being of his workforce. Scott will be sharing from his wealth of industry knowledge as well as tried and true tips to help onsite medical personnel and HSE teams avoid case management pitfalls. Scott has served as both the Chairman and Vice Chairman for the International Association of Geophysical Contractors (IAGC) HSE Committee.