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iJET's 'Survive/Thrive' Webinar Series Continues With 'Pandemic Influenza: Where Do We Stand?'
Date:10/6/2009

ake informed corporate policy decisions and better prepare for an issue that continues to be anything but predictable."

The webinar will include expert insight from the following panelists:

  • Stephen Cunnion, M.D. - Member of iJET's Health Intelligence Advisory Board
  • Jim Evans, M.D. - Executive Medical Director at Europ Assistance USA

Combining industry expertise from risk management and resiliency specialists with predictive intelligence and real-world experiences from multinational organizations, iJET's webinar series provides insight on an emerging business trend: turning operational threats into a competitive edge, enabling organizations to look beyond surviving crises to thriving when they inevitably occur. The previous webinars focused on proactively managing critical events as well as providing best practices for operating securely in high-risk emerging global markets, respectively, and drew more than 200 attendees interested in avoiding and responding to today's global disruptions.

For more information on the pandemic H1N1 (2009) virus, visit iJET's resource page at www.ijet.com/swinefluresources/index.asp.

About Europ Assistance USA

Europ Assistance USA, headquartered in the Washington, DC metro area, is a part of the multinational Europ Assistance Group and its network of 70 companies, 5,500 employees and more than 850,000 service providers offering assistance services in 208 countries and territories around the globe. For close to half a century, the group has tailored solutions for assisting people wherever they may be and helping them respond to the unexpected throughout their daily lives. Services include emergency medical transportation, medical referrals, case monitoring, claims management, identity theft resolution and data breach response services. Twenty-four hours a day at 36 assist
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