Hospital Disaster Preparedness – Are We Really Confident?

Disaster Preparedness – Are We Really Confident? December 21, 2015 8:46 AM by Silas Gossman Share [Editor’s Note: this blog was originally written by Diane Hayes, president and co-founder, InCrowd] The recent tragic events in Paris, San Bernardino or Colorado Springs lead crisis care teams instinctively to wonder “how would I handle this if it happened at my hospital?” The answer is concerning. Fully two-thirds of ER and critical care clinicians in the United States said they didn’t feel their hospitals were prepared to handle the victims of the next terrorist attack or other mass casualty event, according to an instant snapshot taken on November 24, 2015, several days after the Paris terrorist events. The microsurvey, […]