Volume 03 | July 02 2019
You Monthly News & Updates
Find out about the latest Emergency Preparedness events, conferences, and webinars happening this month. Does your facility take Medicare or Medicaid? Our latest Coaching program has you covered for your next survey.
Upcoming Events
In this FREE session, you will learn some tips and strategies for assessing your businesses disasters risks and how you can plan for them. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 40% of businesses that did not have a plan when disaster strikes go out of business within one year of disaster. 
Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness and Advancing Innovation Act 2019: What does that mean for my business?
At ASPR, we’re excited about the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness and Advancing Innovation Act of 2019 (PAHPAIA), which the president signed last night. The new law strengthens public health and healthcare readiness, bolsters response and recovery programs, and increases transparency. What do the changes mean for our non-federal partners? We see some key provisions that can significantly improve...
Service Spotlight
The CMS Emergency Preparedness Compliance Coaching Program just launched last month. Our toolkit provides you with a customizable template for your business to make sure that you have all areas covered for your survey. We know that CMS Surveys are a stressful time, so we've included...
Upcoming Webinar

The Great Shakeout Earthquake Drill and Connect Consulting Services are again teaming up for another webinar on August 28 at 10amPST/1pmEST.
New Articles
Medical Surge and the Role of Home Health and Hospice Agencies 
Home health and hospice agencies have an essential role in addressing healthcare needs during emergencies and disasters. Based on 245 survey responses and 25 follow-up interviews, this report (and summary , and FAQ document ) explores the perceptions of home health and hospice agency leaders about their medical surge capabilities, their capacity and infrastructure for response, their level of engagement with other community preparedness partners, and their challenges to increased preparedness. We hope you will browse the entire series on engaging healthcare system partners in medical surge. 
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