Build a Legal Strategy that Supports Healthcare Worker Retention and Engagement

Nov 4, 2021 | Uncategorized

It’s no secret that burnout among healthcare workers is at an all-time high, and it’s left many healthcare employers struggling to retain and engage employees. Federally-qualified health centers (FQHCs) need accurate legal information about vaccine mandates and other state and federal regulations in order to ride out the workforce crisis and attract and retain employees in the future.

Recognizing these challenges, Smith + Malek is presenting a free webinar on November 10 specifically designed for federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) in the Pacific Northwest. This webinar will focus on how your legal strategy can support employee retention in the healthcare industry.

Attorneys Luke Malek and Caitlin O’Brien will host the webinar and share the insights they’ve gleaned from their years working with community health centers. From helping FQHCs maneuver through intricate compliance issues to drafting legally sound contracts for physician groups, healthcare law is a focus of our law firm.

Before co-founding Smith + Malek, Luke Malek served as corporate counsel for a community health center. Caitlin O’Brien joined the Smith + Malek team in 2017, after working as an insurance defense attorney in Spokane. She is licensed to practice in Idaho and Washington with a focus on healthcare law and is one of Idaho’s Business Review’s 2019 Leaders in Law. 

Being aware of the unprecedented challenges healthcare employers are facing and the role a sound legal strategy can play in overcoming them, our attorneys have designed this webinar specifically for federally-qualified health centers to help you tap into a legal strategy to meet human resource and compliance goals. 

Join Luke and Caitlin for this free legal clinic on Wednesday, November 10, 11 a.m. MST

Sign me up for “Unlock your legal strategy to overcome the healthcare worker shortage.”

We look forward to sharing our insight with you so you can better position your community health center for success now, and into the future.