Nan Gallagher Presents “COVID19 & Resuming Operations: If You’re Not OSHA Compliant, You’re Employee Vulnerable” to the New York & Pennsylvania Pain Societies


On Thursday, May 28th, Nan Gallagher presented “COVID19 & Resuming Operations: If You’re Not OSHA Compliant, You’re Employee Vulnerable” for the New York & Pennsylvania State Pain Societies via webinar.  Ms. Gallagher was honored to attend this very successful event. 

In her timely webinar that Ms. Gallagher created to help educate medical practices in the wake of the substantial uptick in OSHA complaints and interventions during practice reopenings, she highlighted critical areas of expected OSHA compliance, encouraged attendees to have manuals in place, and to promulgate appropriate policies on COVID19, infection control and personal protective equipment (“PPE”).  She provided a roadmap on how to survive an OSHA investigation through the implementation of simple changes in a medical office.  When asked how she felt about being invited to educate these groups, Ms. Gallagher responded, “I am so honored to have been asked to provide OSHA and COVID19 related guidance to the New York and the Pennsylvania Pain Societies.  The information in this webinar will help hundreds of doctors in those states thwart an unwanted federal inquisition into their workplace safety protocols.  No doctor should go it alone.”

For the better part of two decades, Nan Gallagher has devoted her career exclusively to the advocacy of healthcare professionals and entities. An accomplished healthcare litigation and administrative attorney, she focuses her practice on licensing, regulatory and credentialing matters in New Jersey and New York, all facets of administrative professional discipline, litigation, medical malpractice defense, Medical Staff and Society representation, General Counsel services, summary suspensions and fair hearings, peer review QA investigations, credentialing assistance, EMR and cybersecurity counseling, estate and disaster planning for protected health information, physician burnout & impairment, disruptive behavior, online persona management, employment and labor counseling, Qui Tams, ERISA and state out-of-network appeals, audits, billing and coding counseling, agency investigations, and HIPAA and OSHA compliance counseling.