Date & Time
Tuesday, May 2, 2023, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Name
137 Class GAP Analysis: A Proactive Approach to Preventing Litigation*
Description

This presentation will discuss compliance support and a proactive approach to correctional litigation in six areas: medical care, mental health care, dental care, Americans with Disabilities Act compliance, COVID requirements, and custodial regulations. It will cover how facilities can navigate compliance with class-action lawsuits and describe efforts to prevent such cases and investigations. Attendees will learn about Class GAP Analysis audit tools and how they can help prevent litigation.

Educational Objectives
  • Describe the prevalence and cost of correctional litigation in the United States and the increases in both over the last decade
  • Examine how to identify areas of vulnerability in your facility and determine your level of risk for litigation
  • Discuss successful correctional models that have obviated litigation (class and individual cases) and those that have resulted from litigation

Level: Basic