2016 Emergency Preparedness Highlights: 329 Enhanced Communications, 45 Technical Assistance Requests, 10 Drills.
The Center for Health Affairs emergency preparedness program has been in full swing since 2003. During the last fiscal year its emergency preparedness experts worked with regional, county and city health departments, Emergency Medical Associates (EMA) and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) as well as hospital chief medical officers to develop the first draft of the Regional Ebola and Other Special Pathogens Plan.
329 Enhanced Communications
45 Technical Assistance Requests
10 Regional Coalition Meetings Convened for Emergency Preparedness
12 Emergency Preparedness Trainings (Contracted and Non-Contracted)
56 Additional Meeting Hours Specifically for Republican National Convention
To learn more about The Center's emergency preparedness program and other NEONI initiatives, check out our Greater Cleveland Health Care Association Scorecard. For questions, contact us.
March 27 - Blog on Healthcare Topics Provides Up-to-Date Insight
March 24 - Pathways Community HUB Model Examined as Tool to Strengthen Care Coordination
May 4 - The Center for Health Affairs Board of Directors Meeting
May 7 - National Hospital Week 2017
September 21 - The Center for Health Affairs Board of Directors Meeting
Economic Impact Report