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In this audioconference, disaster preparedness hinges on:

Transcending day-to-day competitive interactions of hospitals and fostering collaboration to ensure that casualties of a mass incident receive high quality care at the most appropriate facility have been recommended by the Institute of Medicine. Additionally, the committment to evidence-based processes, scientifically founded benchmarks and objective standards called for in the law under the National Health Security Strategy will ensure consistency in the preparedness efforts. Since the IOM recommended a lead agency within HHS for emergency care, unity of effort for emergency care research and greater regionalized approaches across our nation, what has been the accountability and coordination of local, state and federal entities?
This audioconference will examine how to leverage and integrate disaster plans with day-to-day systems and processes.

What Is an Audioconference?

It is a live event that includes session handouts, an interactive question and answer period, and access for an unlimited number of participants at each call-in site. However, only one site can be offered per registration. It is impermissible for an organization to purchase one registration and to operate multiple sites through an internal telephone system. During the live Audioconference participants will be able to ask questions and make comments. The Audioconference faculty has agreed to take follow-up questions via email. Audioconferences are simple, accessible, cost effective and reach a broad audience locally.

Who Should Listen:
  • Providers, Hospitals
  • First Vice President, Office of Homeland Security
  • Executive Director, Hospital System
  • Deputy Director, Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response
  • Senior Vice President, Health Plan
  • Chief Safety Officer, Hospital System
  • Executive Director, School of Public Health
  • Executive Director, Crisis Management
  • Associate Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, Health System
  • Assistant Administrator, FEMA
  • Deputy Medical Director
  • Professor of Family Medicine, Academic Hospital System
  • Professor of Emergency Medicine, Medical Center
  • Chief Information Officer, Medical System
  • Director, Disaster Preparedness, Medical School
  • Director, Bioterrorism Preparedness, Medical Center
  • Director, Environmental Health and Safety, Hospital
Audioconference Materials:

All Faculty Materials will be Posted on the Emergency Management Audioconference website: www.EmergencyManagementAudioconferences.com/EMAudio20080722 in downloadable PDF Formats.

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