Emergency Preparedness Planning Guide for Hospital Executives
Threats, risks and vulnerabilities can easily wreak havoc and cause unexpected service interruptions in a hospital. As a result, hospital emergency preparedness planning needs to:
- Assess organizational risks for natural and man-made crises
- Mitigate areas of probable failure
- Ensure a reliable disaster response when incidents occur
Big picture thinking is required for hospital emergency preparedness planning, because patient workflows and daily operations are interdependent on the performance and reliability of many departments.
A strong emergency preparedness program helps preserve your organization’s focus on care delivery under adverse conditions.
What you’ll learn
The Emergency Preparedness Planning Guide for Hospital Executives identifies:
- 5 specific areas for your hospital to consider that may otherwise be overlooked
- Key requirements of the CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule
- Where senior leadership participation is most needed for preparedness
- Tools to prepare your hospital to plan, mobilize, coordinate and track for all types of hazards
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