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Percent of recipients with a
complete, jurisdiction-wide CONOPs that delineates: a) the roles and responsibilities of state agencies during a crisis care situation, b) potential indicators and triggers for state actions, c) actions the state will take to support prolonged crisis care conditions that cannot be rapidly addressed through standard mutual aid or other mechanisms, d) operational framework for state-level information management and policy development, and e) legal and regulatory state actions that may be taken
One hundred percent of recipients should have a complete Crisis Standards of Care (CSC) concept of operations (CONOPs) by the end of FY2020. By the end of FY2020, recipients must submit a new or updated CSC CONOPs. By the end of FY2021, the recipient’s CSC CONOPs must be incorporated and validated in an HCC-level exercise.
This PM assesses how many recipients have a complete (either new or updated) CONOPs.
During the specified time period for end-of-year reporting, recipients should enter this information into the end-of-year performance measure module in PERFORMS. Each recipient must also upload a copy of the new or updated CSC CONOPs by June 30, 2021. SPPR will calculate percentages.
PM11.1 The recipient has a complete, jurisdiction-wide CONOPs that delineates:
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