February 21, 2012: Disaster will strike. You must know where your doctors are
- Published on February 21, 2012
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
Informational Update For February 21, 2012
The first moments of a crisis are the most critical. It is imperative to communicate with your staff, and hear back from them in order to make an informed decision.
Why incident management?
In the case of a whiteout blizzard, a hospital can be hard pressed to find available staff to satisfy all patient needs. With a legacy push-based emergency notification system, staff may be aware of an issue, but unable to communicate effectively to improve the situation.
Download our free brief to learn how a resilient incident communication and management system enables your organization to:
Notify the entire hospital staff
Receive staff updates and replies with their status and availability
Build into your system the legal requirements for managing union employee groups and hierarchies
Provide decision makers with detailed reports to make better decisions
Download this free brief, Managing Healthcare Resources When Disaster Strikes.
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