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This page contains ASPR Health Care Readiness Programs Portfolio webinar materials from calendar year 2021. For materials prior to 2021, please visit
ASPR Health Care Readiness Programs Portfolio Webinar Materials Archive (Prior to Calendar Year 2021).Jump to the sections below to see materials for the following webinars in 2021: ASPR Health Care Readiness Cooperative Agreement Quarterly All-Recipient Webinars, Monthly Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) Cooperative Agreement Recipient Webinars, and Monthly Hospital Association Recipient Webinars.
This section contains materials from all ASPR Health Care Readiness Cooperative Agreements Quarterly All-Recipient Webinars held during calendar year 2021.
This section contains materials from all Monthly HPP Cooperative Agreement Recipient Webinars during calendar year 2021.
This section contains materials from all Monthly COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Activities Cooperative Agreement Recipient Webinars and Cooperative Agreement Accountability and Management Platform (CAAMP) trainings during calendar year 2021.
During this meeting, we learned about the new resources on PHE.gov, including the newly released National Special Pathogen System (NSPS) video and the recipient webpages. The Missouri Hospital Association highlighted their COVID-19 Lessons Learned Report and a panel of public health officials discussed their load-leveling activities during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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During this meeting, we learned about the National Special Pathogens System of Care Strategy as well as the Guidelines for Regional Health Care Emergency Preparedness and Response Systems. Attendees also received an overview of the Biden Administration's Health Care Readiness Policies.
During this meeting, we learned about the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health’s Crisis Standards of Care exercise as well as the stand up of Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center’s new monoclonal antibody infusion clinic in Las Vegas, Nevada. The National Ebola Training and Education Center (NETEC) also provided an overview of its COVID-19 response activities and resources.
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During this meeting, the National Healthcare Preparedness Programs (NHPP) Branch Data and Evaluation team shared updates on FY 2020/BP 2 HPP cooperative agreement end-of-year reporting as well as the Medical Response and Surge Exercise (MRSE). The HHS Office of Civil Rights also discussed health equity considerations related to Crisis Standards of Care planning and implementation. Finally, ASPR NHPP Branch and TRACIE leadership highlighted a few new resources that were recently posted to PHE.gov.
During this meeting, the National Healthcare Preparedness Programs (NHPP) Branch Data and Evaluation team provided an overview of the following performance measure documents and answered related questions from the audience: HPP Cooperative Agreement COVID-19 Supplemental Funding Performance Measures, Regional Ebola and Other Special Pathogen Treatment Centers (RESPTCs) COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Emergency Supplement Performance Measures, and RESPTCs FY20 Administrative Supplemental Funding Performance Measures.
During this meeting, we reviewed and answered recipient questions on the FY2021/Budget Period 3 Continuation Application Instructions and Application Kit, which are available in the Grants Management Module (GMM) in GrantSolutions.
During this meeting, Shayne Brannman provided an overview of new resources that are now available on ASPR TRACIE’s website. Then, the NHPP Branch Data and Evaluation Support Team shared preliminary findings from analysis conducted on Hospital Association end-of-year performance measures. Finally, Dr. Sameer Kadri, the head of clinical epidemiology within the critical care department at the National Institutes of Health presented on his research on load leveling and surge capacity.
During this webinar, we heard about some new Health Care Readiness resources recently posted to the ASPR website as well as an overview of current issues in COVID-19 patient surge management. We also reviewed some frequently asked questions related to CAAMP end-of-year reporting.
During this meeting, we heard Dr. Til Jolly provide an overview of the National Emergency Tele-Critical Care Network (NETCCN) and received a demonstration of the National Emerging Special Pathogens Training and Education Center’s (NETEC’s) new Guide My PPE app. Then, we heard an overview of the Guidelines for Regional Health Care Emergency Preparedness and Response System.
During this meeting, we heard from Jack Herrmann on the latest amendment to the PREP Act, as well as from Dr. Richard Hunt on COVID-19 emerging clinical patterns. The CAAMP development team then provided a demonstration of the platform's capabilities and shared some useful tips with Hospital Association recipients.
During this meeting, we provided an overview of CAAMP. We demonstrated major functionality within the platform, including the steps that hospital association recipients can take to complete required performance measures reporting.
During this meeting, we heard from the Healthcare Resilience Working group on the Monoclonal Antibody Infusion Center Guidance as well as from CDR Diana Solana-Sodeinde on Strategies for Managing a Surge in COVID-19 Cases.
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