Public Health

  Posted on: Monday, March 5, 2018
Making U.S. health sector more resilient to major disasters
HomelandSecurityNewswire, by: staff, March 5, 2018
The health sector in the United States would be far better positioned to manage medical care needs during emergencies of any scale by empowering existing healthcare coalitions to connect community resilience efforts with a network of hospitals equipped to handle disasters, according to a new report by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. The report, A Framework for Healthcare Disaster Resilience: A View to the Future, was released at a 22 February event at the National Press Club.

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