Real-time emergency management requires real-time mobile communication and collaboration solutions. Make it easier to prepare for and respond to disruptions, emergencies and disasters with a proven system for all phases of emergency management, purpose-built for healthcare. See how LiveProcess can help you improve healthcare emergency management at every level of your organization, including health systems, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and public agencies and regional coalitions.
Learn about the specific requirements and exceptions for home health emergency preparedness. Home health agencies are expected to be compliant with the CMS emergency preparedness rule. As home health care agencies address these specific challenges in emergency preparedness planning, it will help to remember that the following three Cs are the drivers behind the CMS requirements: communication, continuity, and collaboration.
Now is a good time for healthcare organizations to re-assess compliance with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) emergency preparedness final rule. Learn about the four core elements for healthcare emergency preparedness and the focus on continuity of continuity of operations and community collaboration.
Learn how your hospital can manage and track emergency response in real-time, across organizations, in real-time with Liveprocess Emergency Manager. Automatically generate after action reports. Track tasks that result in improved compliance levels. Assess your compliance with NIMS and Joint Commission guidelines. Store all documentation and reports in a trusted central source.
Real-time emergency response requires mobile coordination across boundaries. Get everyone the information they need quickly and efficiently with a cloud-based virtual hospital command center for emergency management and mobile response with LiveProcess Emergency Manager.
Learn about a hospital mass notification, pager replacement and emergency management solution for individual and group notification, mobilization, and two-way coordination. Achieve targeted and mass notification with LiveProcess Emergency Manager, a complete emergency management platform.
Learn about the emergency management planning tools and templates for hospitals and nursing facilities in LiveProcess Emergency Manager: hazard vulnerability assessment, HICS-based incident command, job action sheets, online repository for disaster response resources, master scenario lists (MSELs) and more.
Learn about how regional coalitions help healthcare facilities comply with CMS emergency preparedness regulations and improve situational awareness. Disasters that cross regional boundaries were a primary driver for updates to the CMS emergency preparedness rule. As part of its initial statement of purpose, widespread natural and manmade disasters — ranging from hurricanes and flooding to flu pandemics and terrorist attacks — challenge the ability of communities to maintain continuity of healthcare services.
Emergency preparedness training and testing of your emergency plans is a crucial part of the CMS emergency preparedness rule. Emergency management plans that seem great on paper can fall apart in practice. Drills and exercises prepare your staff for a disaster and give your organization’s leadership the opportunity to find problems in a low-stakes setting. Learn about CMS’s requirements in this post.
LiveProcess Emergency Manager for Emergency Preparedness Planning, Mass Notification, Real-Time Coordination and Tracking
See how LiveProcess can help you take your emergency management program to the next level. Hospitals and health systems, ambulatory centers, home health agencies, nursing homes, and public agencies use LiveProcess Emergency Manager to prepare for and respond to disaster events and for everyday coordination. Learn about this proven system for emergency preparedness planning, mass mobilization, real-time coordination and tracking.
Learn about the four vital pieces in the communication plan required for CMS emergency preparedness rule compliance. Ensuring continuity of healthcare services in a disaster and having a common framework for collaborative emergency response require hospitals and other healthcare facilities to have an emergency communication plan. Of all the elements of the CMS emergency preparedness rule, the communication plan may be the most important – and the most difficult.
We asked website visitors to rate their healthcare organization’s readiness in 10 key areas of emergency preparedness planning. View this emergency management infographic to see how they responded.
From Gartner’s February 2018 Market Guide for Crisis/Emergency Management Platforms (C/EMP), I identified six takeaways that I feel are especially meaningful for healthcare organizations. Specifically, here’s what I recommend you do to help ensure your staff is ready and able to use your emergency management platform in a crisis.
US hospitals lack collaborative competency and disaster resilience for large-scale emergency preparedness, says a two-year hospital emergency preparedness analysis by Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. Read this blog post to learn about collaboration and the Framework for Healthcare Disaster Resilience.
This composite account reflects actual events in hospitals affected by Hurricane Harvey, and the measures they took to ensure safety and appropriate care.
Emergency Management Agency Prepares Healthcare Coalition for Regional Collaboration: County of Riverside EMD
In this case study, learn how LiveProcess streamlines communication for an emergency management agency and dozens of healthcare facilities across a sizeable county.
Plan ahead for collaboration with other organizations during disaster response. When CMS drafted its emergency preparedness regulations, it sought to address a “patchwork of federal, state, and local laws and guidelines.” The CMS emergency preparedness rule helps put all healthcare facilities on the same page to more easily coordinate communication, resources, shelter and services.