Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
Author: Don R. Boyce, JD, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response and Director of the Office of Emergency Management, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Published Date: 6/15/2015 10:57:00 AM
Category: Hospital Preparedness;
Whether you work for a hospital, are part of a healthcare coalition, or are a healthcare provider, emergency manager or a public health practitioner, you are probably looking for a smarter way to keep the people who rely on you healthy, safe, and informed when disaster strikes. Finding information is easy – finding the right information can be a lot harder.
That’s where ASPR TRACIE comes in.
The ASPR Technical Resources Assistance Center and Information Exchange (ASPR TRACIE) is a new information gateway that connects public health and medical professionals with the emergency preparedness, response and recovery information that they need. ASPR TRACIE can help you quickly identify resources to get your planning started, build on the experience of your colleagues, prioritize activities for the future, make smart decisions, find training, and get answers to your questions.
ASPR TRACIE is divided into three main parts:
Every disaster teaches us something new and disaster health is a complex, constantly evolving topic. Using ASPR TRACIE can help you and your organization plan for disasters more efficiently and effectively. To learn more about the resources that are available, check out the new ASPR TRACIE.
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