Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
Percent of HCCs
engaged in their recipient’s jurisdictional risk assessment
Each HCC responds ‘yes’ at least one time between the start of FY2019 and the end of FY2023.
ASPR requires all HPP recipients to participate in or complete a jurisdictional risk assessment (JRA) in conjunction with their HCCs at least once every five years. The JRA is a critical input into a community’s emergency planning process, identifying hazards, vulnerabilities, and risks. This measure will assess if HCCs are engaged in the development of
Each HCC should report the following data through the CAT. During the specified time period for end-of-year reporting, recipients should enter this information on behalf of each HCC into the end-of-year performance measure module in PERFORMS. SPPR will calculate percentages.
HCC Name: _______
Yes ___ No ___
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